I'm taking baby steps to clean eating. I'm more of an "eat this, not that" kind of girl. If I'm craving "hot wings" I'll bake my own with lots of spices and dip them in low-fat Greek yogurt rather than fried wings and bleu-cheese dip. If I'm in the mood for potato chips, I have whole wheat crackers and hummus. So, it's not "clean eating" but clean-er eating. I don't eat "fake food" though to satiate cravings, like packaged low-fat cookies, except for the Kashi ones sometimes.
When I plateau with my current plan, which is relatively painless, I'll reexamine my eating habits and incorporate more true "clean eating" plans. I just know that my husband and daughter will completely revolt if I just clean the cupboards and change everything at once. I'm also not about to cook different meals for each person in the family, and when my husband cooks, I'm not going to dictate to him how he's going to cook. That being said, we still eat remarkably healthy, especially for an American family. My father's German exchange student was thrilled to come to my house for a week and eat grilled london broil with fresh salads and homemade dressing and fruit and veg smoothies versus the canned creamed corn and fish sticks and cocoa puffs at my dad and stepmom's house.