I think something that might help you is drinking more water. Buy a nice 34oz metal water bottle and drink at least half of it every throughout every waking hour. Assuming a 16 hour day, you will have drank 2 gallons by the time you go to sleep. When I started drinking a lot more water, I noticed that my energy levels and my overall sense of well-being greatly improved. Having more (and more consistent) energy levels and improved well-being goes a long way in helping you reach your goals. Do not ignore this advice; it is simple, it works, and you can start today.
Step two is joining a gym and showing up at least three days a week (in the meantime, try some loaded carries with whatever you can find).
Lastly, instead of looking for advice on the forums (where 99% of the responses are going to be like the first couple you got), you would be much better off just reading a lot of the articles on this site. Instead of reading about a bunch of shitty fat-loss programs, read the articles about lifting. Over the next couple of years learn to lift; keep reading and tweak things to fit your goals as you go. It is as simple a read, do, adjust.
Hope this helps, good luck