Your lean body mass is 131 pounds or about 60 kilograms. Assuming you're moderately active, which means you move around a decent amount throughout the day and exercise 3-5 days a week fairly rigorously, you need about 2500 calories a day to maintain weight.
Since you want to lose weight, you're going to want to eat 20% less than that, or about 2000 calories a day.
Here are your macronutrients that you should try to hit:
Protein: 90 grams
Fats (good fats like from fish or raw almonds): 60 grams
Carbohydrates: 330 grams
You don't have to be super strict with the macronutrient numbers; as long as you're in the ballpark, you're fine. The most important thing is how many calories you eat.
I recommend you make an account at FitDay.com, where you can easily throw together a meal plan and the site automatically adds up the calories, protein, and so on. I made a quick diet plan for a single day on FitDay using your parameters and came up with this:
Breakfast: 1 cup old fashioned oatmeal, 1/4 cup of raisins, 1 tablespoon of honey, 1 slice of 100% whole wheat bread, 1 tablespoon of peanut butter
-Make the oatmeal, put in the raisins and honey. Toast the slice of bread and spread a tablespoon of peanut butter on it.
Lunch: 2 slices of 100% whole wheat bread (only whole wheat, don't eat white bread), 1 - 2.6oz pouch of tunafish in sunflower oil, 2 tablespoons of light miracle whip
-Mix the tunafish and miracle whip, put in between the two slices of bread.
Dinner: 10oz of skinless chicken breast with fat trimmed off, 3/4 cup of brown rice, 1/2 cup of broccoli
-Weigh out 10oz of raw chicken, cook it any way you want but don't add any butter or oil to it, take 3/4 cup of raw brown rice and cook it, and then take 1/2 cup of raw broccoli and steam/boil that. You can add a little bit of salt if you want but don't add butter to the vegetables or rice.
So for all that it's about 1950 calories, 108 grams of protein, 290 grams of carbohydrates, and 32 grams of fat.
That's just a sample menu I made, like I said go to FitDay.com and make an account there and you can play around with different foods. Avoid anything with saturated fat; polyunsaturated and monounsaturated fat are good for you.
I'd get one of those little food scales too so you can weigh your chicken and anything else you want to eat.