Well I'll first say that 167 hands is very few to judge from. My log has over 14,000 hands in it, and seems to be pretty representative of my play. But if I'm going to judge from that few of hands and take it as a representative sample:
first thing that jumps out at me is I think you're seeing the flop far too often. Nearly half the time is a LOT. I see the flop 27% of the time. Of course, depending on your style, some people can get away with more. But I'm almost certain that adopting a more tight-aggressive style would help you. This means being more selective with the starting hands you play, but to play your good hands aggressively.
You're only winning 37% of the time that you see the flop, and this number could be much higher if you were more selective. Perhaps you're playing too many cards just because they're suited, or perhaps you're playing ace-rags too often. These weak hands can definitely get you in trouble, because even if you're hitting an ace with your ace-rag, the likelihood that you're going to end up being out-kicked is fairly high.
I win 53% of the time when I see the flop, over half the time. That's because I have a tight-aggressive image and I'm only playing very good hands, or very high potential, low-risk hands (such as low pocket pairs or suited connectors that are easy to fold on the flop if I get no help). Even if I don't get a flop that helps my hand, I'm taking a lot of these pots down just from betting, thanks to my tight table image.
I'm also going to guess that you're chasing draws to the river without getting good odds
too often, because, in my opinion, 6% of your folds being on the river is too high. I fold on the river less than 2% of the time, generally because I rarely get to the river unless I'm pretty sure I have the best hand, and I don't chase draws unless the pot odds
and implied odds say I should.
This is just what jumped out to me on first sight, and maybe others could add to this. Best of luck to you.