From your comments on this thread and the other one, it is clear that you want to change your eating and exercising Habits, and you may find this woman's books and website helpful:
If you have not been hit by a "lightening bolt", which is rare...she lists other more common habit-changing strategies. You have one of the best available to you right now..."The Clean Slate".
You have Moved! your grocery stores are new, the way you arrange your kitchen food storage is new, your streets with fast food are different (avoid them). Another habit strategy is Convenience vs Inconvenience. Do not buy jumbo packs of chips at the PX and put them in the line of sight for everyone when opening the pantry. Make it slightly inconvenient to reach for junk food, goes on the top shelf. Your DH may be OK with Moderating his intake of x, you may do better as an "Abstainer". Have fruit on the counter, candy is a jar with a lid in a dark cabinet, etc. Start new snacking/dinner habits with the foster kids. Must eat together at table, no grazing after school. Learn to make LC, wheat free pizzas and desserts. Whatever new habits fit your lifestyle, but print out the downloads at her website Resources https://gretchenrubin.com/habits/habits-downloads/
for many other ideas. Think of the small ways you could create new habits in a new home, if you do not want to do a Full Paleo Pantry clean-out.
ps: Her first book was on Happiness...those downloads and info may also be helpful.
NiceKitty...Landscaping is the Perfect Paleo job
...and wonderful when in the perfect cool weather of the PNW. A few hours of gardening in southern heat and humidity, I am beaten down