The program depends on your specific goal. If you want to lose fat, fine. If you want build strength, fine. But you're not going to do both at the same time. Also, building strength doesn't necessarily mean you need to bulk up. Plenty of people build strength without increasing bodyweight, it's a matter of programming and nutrition (like anything else).
You need to get your Training A.D.D. under control. The blueprint program, from what I've read, is pretty traditional bodybuilding work. 1-2 bodyparts per workout, 3-5 exercises per bodypart, plenty of volume and supersets with intensity techniques. If that's "fairly boring", I don't know how to help you, other than to remind you that, while it's nice to enjoy training, "fun" workouts aren't always productive workouts.
Again, figure out your specific, number one, primary goal and that'll clue you in to which way to go. In any case, a new program would be a good call. Spending a few months doing the same thing isn't always the best way to see progress. (It can be, provided you've seen significant results in that time, but that doesn't sound like the case here.)