I must say healthy eating has become slightly easier for me. I have tried hundreds of methods and have failed hundreds of times. But I am very much aware that what I put into my body is very VERY important and matters just as much (if not more) than the workouts themselves. What I am putting into my body shows on my exterior and in a non-egotistical way I want to put out the best exterior I possibly can. There is no feeling better than feeling healthy. That's why I have taken on a flexitarian diet.
WTF is a flexitarian???
Well I'm glad you asked!
Flexitarianism is a semi-vegetarian diet focusing on vegetarian food with occasional meat consumption. A self-described flexitarian seeks to decrease meat consumption without eliminating it entirely from his or her diet. There are no guidelines for how much or how little meat one must eat before being classified a flexitarian. Flexitarian is distinguished from polpescetarian, i.e., one who eats only chicken and fish, but does so exclusively. 
In 2003, the American Dialect Society voted flexitarian as the year's most useful word and defined it as "a vegetarian who occasionally eats meat".
Once again...Thanks wikipedia! I have found that A very large part of my calories are taken in from meat.I think I'm kinda addicted at times. It becomes the focal point of my meal rather than an accessory. A salad without chicken...was blasphemy to my taste buds. But once I realized how much better I felt with more fruits, vegetables and water in my system the idea for a large desire to consume meat diminished.
I have been inspired by so many healthy lifestyles and though I want to reduce my meat intake I have yet to feel a need to delve head first into vegan or vegetarian lifestyle for that matter. Right now I like things the way they are. Somedays I have no meat at all others I have it for only one meal. Today I want to make chicken salad on a bed of mixed greens...so there! I like the idea of not being tied down to a label. Just finding out what works for me along the way.