Another contribution coming through. Edit as you see fit.
>I'm stuck on a plateau, what do I do?
+If it's been less than 2 weeks or so, don't sweat it. Normal fluctuations happen and unfortunately sometimes we stall for a week or two even when we're doing everything right. Give your body some time to catch up with the changes you're making.
+Be sure that you're logging everything. Sometimes people forget about things like veggies, drinks, cooking oils, and condiments. For some people these can add up to enough to halt your weight loss progress.
+Make sure you are logging accurately also. It's one thing to log, it's another thing to be accurate about it. You might find a food scale helpful. For foods you commonly eat make triple sure that the database you are using for nutritional value is accurate - perhaps try a second source to confirm.
+Recalculate your TDEE if you haven't lately. As you lose weight your body requires fewer calories to run. Every 5-lbs you should recalculate.
+If you include exercise calories in your calorie count for the day, take those additional calories and only allow 50% of them to be added. So if your goal is 1600kcal per day, and your activity monitor says you burned 110kcal exercising, only eat 1600kcal + (110kcal * .5) = 1655kcal. Some others choose to not count exercise at all.
+If you included a level of activity in your TDEE calculation, make sure not to count regular activities such as walking around as exercise - that was already roughly accounted for when the calculator asked for your daily activity levels (sedentary, lightly active, moderately active, highly active, etc). Only include exercise where you actually went to the gym or outside to run and so forth.