Weight loss is often about making mindful eating choices. One of the best ways to be mindful about eating is to be mindful about where you eat. Eat at a table, with silverware and a napkin. This sounds so basic, and yet so many people eat mindlessly, standing at a counter or in front of the fridge or the TV. But if you restrict where you eat to the table, you are compelled to be more mindful about where and when you eat, which will automatically limit the amount of mindless eating you do.
In order to get the best results from a weight-loss exercise program, it is important to incorporate both cardiovascular and strengthening workouts. Cardiovascular activities (such as running, bicycling, swimming, etc.), along with having tremendous benefits for your heart, burn the most calories. This ultimately helps you to lose weight. Strengthening workouts (resistance exercises, weight lifting) do not burn as many calories, but they speed up your metabolism so that you burn more calories at rest.