Perhaps on one of your days off you can bulk-prepare a week's worth of lunches AND breakfasts. Some could be stored in the fridge, and others in the freezer so they aren't stale by the end of the week.
Fruit Smoothies with yoghurt and perhaps Almond Meal or wheat germ, is a good breakfast to have on the go. You can make a few serves up ahead of time.
Make some healthy breakfast muffins and freeze. Take one or two out and zap in the microwave while you are getting dressed. Morning Glory Muffins are good for that (with sultanas, grated carrot and apple, and sunflower seeds)
Sandwiches, so long as they haven't got veges on them are great. I sometimes bulk made things like Roast Lamb with a little grated tasty cheddar and some thick mint sauce, on wholegrain bread, or Roast Beef with a little Horseradish sauce on wholegrain. They freeze well, and can be taken out in the a.m. to thaw during the day, ready for lunch.
Make up some salads, just don't add the dressing. Put the dressings into little tiny snap-lock bags, ready to throw in your lunch box to be added at work.
Healthy home-made pizza - freezes well, and can thaw during the morning.
Put a little tub of yoghurt into the freezer - that will thaw during the day so will be safe to eat at lunch time.
Keep some little bags of nuts and dried fruits, for if and when needed.
Make up some little bags of crudites - add in some cherry tomatoes.
IF you are able to use a microwave, single-serve soups are great for the colder weather.
I often take food in a little cooler lunch bag, no bigger than a handbag. Some have pouches for wallets, etc.
Where it comes to sleep, really, with having to get up the hour you do, I would be inclined to go to bed a bit earlier. You will only end up burning yourself out if you don't!
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