I'm not raw, so sorry to the raws if I say something wrong. However, I'm attracted to the rawdism and I been archiving for a lot of time several stuff regarding a raw live style.
I opened a post called I'm a vegan highly interested in learning about raw!!! Need a lot of help!!!
and I got very nice responses from there... that should help you.
What can I say... eat lots of veggies and fruits. Try to vary the types. I would personally recommend broccoli in special
Broccoli has iron+vitamin C (your body will assimilate a lot better the Vitamin C if combined with iron)
You must hear your body. That is very important. At the beginning, your hunger will be screwed and you will feel hungry within the firsts weeks, but after that, it will be gone.
If you feel you do not want more nuts, for example, stop with the nuts for that day (you may need to force your body at the beginning, as it will be screwed)
I would recommend you, to start your day with a smoothie. Start with only fruits (banana, strawberry, grapes and a bit of raw brown sugar -should be raw... not sure, has raw on his name) Do not start with a vegetable smoothie, you can try it sometimes, but do not start with it. I love veggies, but I couldn't drink the veggie smoothie... tasted horrible.
For lunch, get a thunder salad!!! With tons of veggies (use different leafy greens, all kinds if possible) along with broccoli, tomato, celery, cabbage, zucchini, pepper... ) Use a small amount and not everyday of the following: celery, onion and garlic. These are very irritant, and should be taken very sparingly. Nut's on the side or mixed with the salad: peanuts, sunflower seeds, flax seeds (this ones only mixed... as alone can be hard to eat)
For dinner... well... I'm not raw so this is a bit hard, but, there are tons of raw recipes here, in the Raw Foods
raw foods section. But make sure to include lots of veggies, fruits and nuts. Eat fruits separate of food (leave 15-20 minutes) as you will assimilate it better if you do by that way.
Regarding snacks... you can have some fruit smoothies and there are some delicatessen to give yourself as a prize! (I saw on a Wild Oats, Vegan Raw Chocolate - The problem... $11) Get some of those, just to prize yourself and you will get motivated.
Also, if you have time, try to go to the gym, to ride your bicycle or to run... whatever you like more.
You need to struggle you muscle... I do not know were do you live, but, if you live in cold places like Chicago, do not go raw for now (I'm frank with you) as after fighting the snow and the wind chill... you will send to hell a fresh salad and you will eat a very very warm healthy veggie soup (which is not raw)
I think I covered most of your concerns, also, read both links I provided you.