You're here which is a start. By logging in what you eat everyday, it may be a clue to what you are doing wrong---it can also be very eye opening. I was consuming about 300g of carbs daily (mainly from breads, cereals, crackers--and carbs are loaded with calories and bad fat), I hardly ate veggies and my protein was all beef, ground beef with some chicken, I also ate a lot of sugar. After a trip to visit relatives, I saw how differently they all ate and were all thin. Since, I've been on a slow journey to replace refined carbs with healthy carbs (fiberous fruits and veggies) and consuming healthier fats. I also established better eating habits--instead of grazing all day, I eat a certain amount of meals a day and don't eat 3 hours before bed.
But start with a good food inventory, it may just be as easy as adjusting what you eat. Getting some form of activity in a few times a week is also good for your health.
There are lots of great people here who have many great tips so I'm sure you'll get some other tips that may help. Good luck!
this damn tracker below hasn't been right in months! My current weight is 139!