I was in the same boat.
Last spring I was working full time and a full time student, and decided to do the V-Diet.
I succeeded, and have not only kept the results, but have improved by leaps and bounds.
This was my setup:
I use a personal blender, one that when you’re done blending, you just flip it over and use it as a cup.
I bought 3 plastic travel bottles. 1 small, 2 large.
I bought a 50 count bag of quart sized ziplock baggies.
Before I went to bed, I’d make my snack shake, lunch shake, and dinner shake - pour them into the travel bottles, and keep them in the freezer. I also pre-mixed my surges in individual plastic baggies, and left them in a bread box (or wherever you may keep your other pill/powder form supplements).
When I woke up, I’d make the breakfast shake, and head off to work with the rest of my shakes/Surge in tow.
Leaving them in the work fridge usually thawed them out enough by the time it was their turn.
Takes a little more preparation, but tastes a helluva lot better than just shaking it up - I did that a few times, but if I could avoid a warm, iceless, watery shake I would.
Now I just follow Chris’ advice. I cook almost all of my own meals, always bring my own lunch to work and dinner to class. Just work out heavy, and eat healthy - the V-Diet will really change your tastes.