It can be very overwhelming. Most people seem to make one change at a time -- sometimes switching to raw milk, better meat, eating eggs daily, soaking grains, making broth.... whatever suits them best at the time.
I've had a lot of getting really enthusiastic and into it, then backsliding, then getting back into it again, etc. I found breakfast was a good place to start, I think it can easily be a simpler meal so things weren't too complicated. I would make oatmeal (starting it the night before) or fried mush, or have some form of eggs.
We were already big yogurt eaters, and I would occasionally make yogurt, so it was a matter of improving the kind of milk I bought (organic whole milk at the store, any reduced-fat milk I've seen has skim milk powder added to it; I'll be able to get raw organic milk in the spring) and making all of our yogurt. The kids really missed the little yogurt cups my dh liked to buy, so I picked up some of those little gladware containers and make up individual cups with chopped fruit. I think I'm going to get a bunch of baby food soon so I can have the glass jars to use instead.
I then started working on the grains. I didn't get very far with it before a bunch of things came up and now I'm eating junk
, but I found it difficult. I started off borrowing a wheat grinder from a friend, and using that flour to soak to make her muffin recipe (though I don't bother with muffin tins). I would use whey or yogurt to soak them. I found it was easy for it to get smelling a little funky, I think we don't have great yeast in the air in my house. But when it worked well, the bread was really yummy. The kids loved it, I would spread it thick with butter and my oldest said it was like cake with icing.
I also started buying organic meat and making stocks. One way that I find very easy is to cook the meat -- let's say it's a bird, I would roast the bird, and we would eat some of it for a meal. Then I would strip the bones, and package the meat in small portions in baggies for the freezer. Then I would make a stock, and do the same. Then a quick & easy meal would be to make gravy, add a baggie of meat, and have it on bread or potatoes.
Lacto-fermented veggies and beverages I haven't really tried yet, but some ladies here are great at it.
There have been other threads here, and in other forums too I think, so doing a search will get you lots of good info.