If you think you can lose weight and keep it off by avoiding all fats, you're sadly mistaken. In fact, if you think that low fat diet is the only way to go, maybe just stop now. Your body (and your brain) needs fat to survive! For this reason, scientists call "the" essential fatty acids Omegas 3, 6, and 9. These fats have been stripped of many elements supermarket shelf, and it is your responsibility to put fat back into your diet plan. Do not avoid eating fat, embrace equally.
If you eat the same foods over and over again, you're going to get bored, unless they're foods you really, really like. Feel free to change it up and keep your tongue happy. Balance carbs with proteins with fats, though. If you have more than one nutrient for one meal, try more of another nutrient for the next. And for God's sake, not just shop in the "diet" of the store. You can still (likely) eat the same things you've ever eaten, just not so much of them at all times.
When I was in the process of losing fat, it was suggested that I stay under 1700 calories a day. Knowing that number was half the battle. I could eat anything I wanted during the day, as long as you stay at or below this number. While I could not track 100% of the items I ate, I was able to make intake estimates and adjust the program and ration my remaining calories accordingly me. In this sense, you are given too much freedom as long as you stay at or beneath that suggested calorie level for your plan. If you do not know how you're supposed to take, how are you supposed to know how you're supposed to take?! Sounds odd, but it is a situation that many "diet" is (which is why they fail)!