After looking at your food journal, ask yourself if you're eating enough produce and fiber. Since every calorie counts, you can consume substantially more nutrients with fewer calories by noshing on fruits and veggies. Fiber is also filling, so count your grams of this nutrient as well. When eating carbs, opt for whole grains like quinoa and oats, and when reaching for pasta, make it whole wheat or go Asian with soba noodles. You might want to add some high-fiber chickpeas to your meal plan with one of these recipes; studies have found that a daily serving of this bean helps dieters consume fewer from fat.
If you're bored with dieting and counting calories, then challenge yourself to eat seven to nine servings of produce — this should help you cut calories without thinking about them.