When it comes to losing weight there are a lot of ways to do it - some are easy and some are hard. You can diet, exercise, take pills, have surgery, etc. But losing weight shouldn't be the goal - and if you are watching the scale you're going to be disappointed more times than not. The question is why?
Well, if you are trying to lose weight while eating clean and exercising, you may end up canceling out the fat loss with muscle gain. Changing your body composition - i.e. the percentage of lean muscle mass to fat - should be the ultimate goal and the driving factor behind all of your hard work. Many clients that I have worked with over the years have made big drops in weight the first couple months then they "plateau" and stop losing weight. After further discussion we find that while they aren't losing weight they are having to buy new clothes and have increased their workouts and their loads. So... you are now in an enviable situation that your fat loss is running hand in hand with your muscle gain - that's great! Don't get discouraged that you aren't losing weight - get encouraged that you are getting a lot stronger and that your clothes (that were once tight) are now falling off of you! :)