1) Go hardcore for a month. No sugar whatsoever. That will make the transition easier and you'll have more energy sooner. After the intro phase, if you're craving sugar, grab some fruit, preferably berries. I keep frozen strawberries and blueberries on hand, I eat them less than once a week.
2) Do some google searches for coconut and almond flour recipes. There's a ton out there. However, I'd recommend embracing the new eating style instead of simply replacing what you used to eat with healthier imitations.
3) Buy a candle. Set a bedtime. 1/2 hour before your bedtime, read by candle light. No computers, artificial lights, or cell phones. This will help you wind down. Also, remember to get 8 hours every night and try to stick to a regular sleeping schedule. It takes a week or two to get used to. Avoid caffeine near bed time too.
4) This week I have been aching alot, and have been craving sugar, am I getting "withdrawal" symptoms? Yes. Don't eat sugar for a while and they'll go away. Also, when you crave sugar, eat fat. Nuts or bacon or avocado.
I think the biggest key to success is to really stock up and fill your house with primal food. Start cooking more too!
"Be careful about reading health books. You may die of a misprint." - Mark Twain