Invest in getting some Tupperware containers. They are great, I just make my entire meal and portion it out and put it in there. I've had everything from granola yogurt to steak to chicken parmesean with veggies in 2-3 containers, they I just eat them throughout the day.
It requires planning the night before but its a good way to organize your food and know whats going on. I also find having walnuts and plums on hand is handy.
So, make sure you have a handful (half an ounce) and a plum on hand. Whats great about the walnuts is they are kinda gross but they fill you up quickly because of all the good fat in them and you can put bunches of them in ziplock baggies and just have the ziplock baggies in your bag.
I can post a picture of the Tupperware I have if you think that'll help you. They are really small containers so I usually will put just a 3oz meat in them and a piece of bread or sweet potato or veggies and some bread for the carb.
I know its a pain but if you spent all day Saturday or Sunday or part of Saturday and part of Sunday cooking up meals you can section them into Tupperware for the week and just keep them in your fridge and grab them in the AM when you need them.
Oh and sandwiches, tuna fish, turkey, ham & cheese are all transportable in ziplock baggies and brown paper bags. :)
Hope that helps!
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