Some good news for you! You don't really have to eat meat to be paleo! or at least not in large quantities.
Before you start crushing T-bones why not re-learn how to be a vegetarian in a paleo context... tackle that first and then consider adding meats later. You are already comfortable eating veg so it just makes sense to start there.
Start by purging your house of non-paleo items. I put everything in big bins and took them to the food bank.
Now go on over to localharvest.org and get signed up for a good vegetable and/or egg CSA
Focus on eating a lots of raw whole foods. Ditch the grains. Swap out your cooking oils for grass fed ghee and coconut oil, and of course olive oil raw is great too.
Eat lots of avocados! Also avocados are on the clean 15.. i always just get huge bags of them at costco.
You should invest in a vitamix if you are used to eating a lot of grains, this will help you eat a massive amount of raw vegetables in a smoothie.
I always start my day with a nice raw smoothie, typically I toss in weeds from my yard (dandelion, lambs quarters, plantain herb) coconut oil, raw eggs, a bit of ginger root, whey protein and some frozen fruit, a banana, coconut oil (3 or 4 tablespoons) and a bunch of chia seeds, water and ice cubes.... A great power breakfast and easy to down. I also use Kale and spinach in place of the weeds sometimes.
Eat lots of eggs, supplement with a very high quality omega-3 (making sure DHA is 1:1 with EPA would be my advice and get a soy free one).
Once you make all of these changes start incorporating some fish into your diet, you can certainly thrive as a paleo -pescatarian. Mark Sisson's wife is a pescatarian (the primal blueprint dude)
If you can get raw milk in your area this is also something that could help you out.
If you do these things and your ready to venture into meat try first getting a bit of grass fed beef with the bones in it and making some bone broth. It's basically just a soup. Look up "Pho" as a preparation idea.
Anyway lots of people go way too meat heavy on paleo... let's give veg some credit here folks. "eat your spinach" popeye!
I hope this gives you a few ideas. You don't have to eat meat to eat paleo. Paleo is just as much about what you are not eating as what you are eating. You can easily eat the correct macro-nutrient ratios while being a lacto-vegetarian. You just need to relearn a healthy vegetarian diet, and if you are eating lots of raw vegetables you should be good to go on your micro nutrients too.
Also worth noting that Denise Minger (who was mentioned) eats very little meat. At least according to her blog.