I am the food logging queen, self declared title, of course. ;)
In order to get enough detail on carb, fat and protein, you are probably better off using a computer program or app, rather than trying to write it all down on paper. If you aren't willing to weigh/measure your food, then it may be tough because you will just be guestimating quantities. It is easy to mistake 5oz of meat for 3oz of meat when you are just eyeballing it. Even if you only measure for the first week to get an accurate visual of how much = each quantity you will get more reliable numbers this way.
www.livestrong.com/myplate is what I use because it allows me to have friends and see what they eat and comment on it. Beware, because the food database is a wiki so people enter really weird information. If you don't have a basic idea of what foods have in it, then this one is not for you.
www.fitday.com is what I used for YEARS, it is fairly easy to use and you can create "custom foods" when you have nutritional information for something you eat all the time or a recipe. It's easy, but the database is somewhat outdated.
www.sparkpeople.com is a great site with a lot of resources, but it was really, really busy for me. They send a lot of email too.
All of these will break down your percentages and give you the information you need.