I haven't been doing any *structured* cardio for awhile, because I hate it. By that I mean that I've been staying active in my regular life, but not slaving away on the elliptical. I used to find that when I'd go in on a rest day just to do cardio, I'd be looking longingly at the barbells and wish I was lifting.
Through all that, my losses have been chugging along (averaging about 1 pound per week), and really it's way more related to diet than exercise. That being said, I recently decided to add in 2 (very short) HIIT cardio sessions per week since I still have so much fat to lose. For me, lifting takes priority. So if I start to see a negative impact on my lifts, I'll happily ditch the cardio. I'd rather keep lifting and lose slowly than watch my lifts suffer. The shift in my body composition from heavy lifting is well worth the slower scale changes!
ETA: Oh, and I'd agree about finding a program to follow. NROL4W or Starting Strength would be great to get you focused.