Wow that sucks...
I guess you can try pre-making meals,
and putting them in containers.
Oh and btw. Losing fat is your primary goal, NOT WEIGHT.
Most ppl don't realize that they are losing more muscle than fat,
and when you do "look" slim. You either still have left over fat,
which gives off no real shape around your arms, thighs, and stomach (common places)
or have so little muscle mass due to poor diet and end up looking like that weird
irregular "inwards" shape to your body. Kind of hard to explain...but yeah.
As for tips,
-Drink more than 1 gallon of water a day (avg ppl need about that much so ppl who work out need more.
-Drink a tall glass of water in the morning (add a squeeze of lemon) to help boost your metabolism.
-EAT BREAKFAST. Everything you do in the morning helps your body function a whole lot better throughout the rest of the day.
-Eat the skin off fruits if possible
-Don't eat anything "white" (White bread, white sugar, etc.)
-Avoid drinking juice or sports drinks because they are high in sugar.
-Don't drink soda, because it can increase obesity and decrease muscle muscle mass.
(I don't feel like explaining, because there is a shit load to explain, but all I can say is it fucks up our bones, teeth, muscle, and increases fat)
-I HIGHLY recommend you find out your body fat %, so you can keep track of your primary goal.
-Be sure to do some type or variety of cardio more than 30 minutes. (Within that time you are just losing water weight and not fat)
-If you run on a treadmill you can keep track of how many calories you've burned (You have to burn 3500 calories to burn 1 lb of FAT, ppl who tell you that they can lose 3-8 lbs a week is obviously stupid and has a poor diet plan).
-Working out with a few weights actually helps a lot as well. More muscle gain and more calories burned. Why not?
(ALWAYS do weight training before cardio)
-Make a diet and training schedule. You have to be organized if you are serious about losing that fat.
-Try to eat more dark leafy vegetables as much as possible.
Okay, that should be sufficient enough. o.o
ANYWAYS, good luck!
Remember, take your time, be smart, and train hard.
"Don't rush it your time will come" -Johnnie Jackson IFBB Pro.