My suggestions for breakfast: Omelet Muffins I don't do breakfast, but my kids do, and this is something I can heat up while they're brushing their hair, then shove in their hands as I rush them out the door. They're great. My youngest likes my Coconut Flour Muffins, too. Especially since I started incorporating Rivvin's advice from the thread. Very easy to make, very yummy.
If you're not a veggie person, my advice is to get a little adventurous, try a bit of everything. You'll be shocked at what it turns out that you do like. For example, I adore raw spinach, much to my own surprise. Curse my mom for always cooking it! Turnips are an amazingly good substitute for potatoes in soups, believe it or not. I don't care for asparagus, but zephyr squash is amazingly sweet! And even if you don't think you like it, try it with creme fraiche on top, lol.
I don't feel comfortable judging the diets of others, mostly because I know that what works for me doesn't work for some other people. I kind of feel like it takes a lot of experimenting on anyone's part to figure out what really works for them. It's hard for me to judge what will work for you. Lousy advice for starting out, sorry. *wince* One thing I will advise, read Primal Fitness and do the exercises, if you haven't already started. It all works together, and though you probably will lose without the fitness part, you need to work out to achieve your full potential.
And, please don't think I'm weird or evil for suggesting this, but have you ever tried unsweet tea? I live in the South, and to even mention it is like heresy, I know, but I've always preferred tea with nothing in it. You might give it a try, and if you like it that way, buy some decaf tea and enjoy.
Motherhood: When changing from pj pants to yoga pants qualifies as 'getting dressed'.