I always have breakfast and I encourage my clients to do so as well. When breakfast at home is a challenge, make it easy to take on the road, instead of getting stuck on the street next to the bagels!
Many skip breakfast because it does not seem important to them, but I see all the time that it actually helps regulate our eating habits throughout the day. Even at night.
It also helps with concentration, feeling calm (instead of stressed), and gives you more energy for a busy day. It might just keep you away from the cookie jar too!
It helps you feel better about you, when you practice kind self-nourishment by eating well and bringing your own food. Start with BYOB (bring your own breakfast)!
I do tend to suggest avoiding gluten and baked goods and go for complex carbs with some fat and protein from nuts and seeds to feel well nourished. Try these different recipes out. The peach porridge is lighter, the quinoa one is high in protein, and the oats are denser, if you're looking for something substantial.