I use a lot of these techniques, too. I will often just run in place for a couple of minutes or do some virtual rope jumping alternating with running. Clearing junk mail, etc., is also good. Clearing files works well, too.
Eating when stuffing down anger is, in many cases, a means of directing your anger at yourself instead of the rightful 'target'. It's incredibly counterproductive, as we know! Doing something that gets rid of stuff (such as cleaning a drawer or clearing junk mail) has the effect of allowing us to 'express' that anger through action without packing on pounds.
Taking a walk, journaling and putting on music you love are all really effective tools - the trick is to have a variety of tools at hand and then USE them. Eventually you'll find it much more second nature to use a tool rather than beating up on yourself by eating when you're stuffing your anger.
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