Also, try to include ww products that contain higher amounts of fiber. Personally I still eat potatoes, but I switched to brown rice and ww bread, ww tortillas, ww bagels, and a multigrain pasta (can't stomach the whole wheat yet and this one has omega 3 fatty acids, flaxseeds, and some other healthy stuff), and multigrain crackers (the kind I like don't have ww).
Since the bread and pasta carbs can add up calories, use some of your carbs from veggies and fruits. Carbs are not bad for you (in my opinion), but don't let the calories add up too much. The best way to do this is to measure servings. When I cook spaghetti, I measure a serving (200 cal) and find that it is plenty with my sauce added. Another hint, ground beef (even lean) is high in calorie content so for 1 1/2 lbs I used to put in my recipes for my family, I reduced it to 1 lb and sometimes 3/4 of a lb. It goes a lot longer than I gave it credit for. Nobody misses it. It's all about portion control.