Seems like you could expand your chicken repertoire. We eat a lot of chicken here...chicken dijon, chicken and biscuits/pot pie/dumplings, chicken adobo, chicken and rice bakes, chicken tenders, etc.
Do you eat beef?
Also, how about some curries/stirfrys? You can make those very easily using bottled sauces, throw in some veggies (even frozen if you're really pressed for time) tofu or chicken, and put over brown or white rice.
Black beans with rice, black bean soup, black bean burritos/enchiladas. Or chicken soft tacos or chalupas.
Casseroles like mac and cheese or chili mac or chicken and noodle casserole? Enchilada casserole or tamale pie?
Big salads with lots of toppings? Here are some of the salads we do frequently: cobb, greek, chef's, buffalo chicken, southwestern. Or big pasta/rice salads with the same sorts of "toppings" incorporated, like a southwestern chicken and rice salad with black beans, corn, avocado, cilantro, etc. Or greek pasta salad with feta, tomato, black olives, scallions, oregano and lemon juice vinagrette.
Turkey sloppy joes, turkey picadillo, turkey goulash.
Breakfast for dinner: quiche or frittata, omelets, pancakes, waffles, hash browns, egg bakes or stratas
Pitas or wraps stuffed with grilled veggies, cheeses, avocado, greens.
check out the HUGE crockpot thread, and also the "what's for dinner" threads, in Nutrition and Good Eating. Also the vegetarian/vegan living threads. All of those are a great source of ideas and inspiration for me.
I hope this helps jump start your imagination! Good luck getting out of the rut, I know what it's like.
ETA, let me know if you want any particular soup recipes/ideas, I make a lot of soup and serve it with salad and/or homemade bread.