both these sites do eat to live recipes and some of the presentations are quite fancy.
and you could also look at the new recipes that you find in magazines, shows and on the web with an eye for tweaking them to fit eat to live principles. that way you get new recipes and get to experiment in the kitchen and fit the guidelines you want to try out.
buy less meat. if you do mess up and buy the same old amount, take out the overage and package it up for freezing for later use. once you know you have a buildup in the freezer, only buy half the meat. and every now and then do a pantry/freezer cleanup week. in other words, skip your regular grocery shopping and work on using up what you have. your wallet and your storage spaces will thank you.
also, with regard to fruits and veggies, buy some frozen or canned. this way you can use up the fresh and supplement with those longer lasting options til you can get to the store. and when you do buy these longer lasting options, cut your fresh in half. that way if you keep going into your canned and frozen, you can start bumping up your fresh purchases til you hit a good balance.
and it's mostly habit. if you've always done the same thing, it's hard to break and will take some time to do so.