Maybe try something new to reignite the spark. Sometimes we think giving up certain foods is impossible when in fact you could discover a new love of something healtier.
I noticed you don't have any excercise and some of your diet consists of refined carbs/sugars. I don't know how old you are but I'm in my upper 40's and women of that age start losing a lot of muscle if you don't maintain it. That added with sugar/refined carbs which up your insulin levels you might as well tape pastries to your thighs
I could not lose any weight despite long workouts at the gym. I was consuming way more food than I needed and too much of the wrong kind of food. I made 2 small changes, I incorporated quick daily workouts (15 minutes--a program called Maxworkouts) and changed my meals to contain a lot more fruits and vegetables and less breads/pastas, etc. I still eat pizza, cake and drink wine but just not as often. I actually enjoy the foods I eat now and feel so much better then when I was eating 225-275 grams of carbs a day and feeling bloated and sluggish.
I've read a lot of articles that the low-fat, low-calorie diet is making us fat so try something new and it may just be the key you are looking for.
this damn tracker below hasn't been right in months! My current weight is 139!