Your overall caloric goal looks good, but there isn't a lot of protein in the meals you describe. They're pretty carb-heavy; only you know if that affects you negatively or not, but a lot of people do find that carbs don't "stick to the ribs" and leave them feeling hungry sooner. Of course, other people find that low-carb meals don't satiate them, so you know you best.
Do consider adding in more lean protein where you can; no matter how you handle carbs, protein will help you stay fuller longer.
I totally understand a time crunch, so it's unreasonable to expect you to whip up a three-course meal each day. Swap out the Yoplait for Greek yogurt (same calories, more protein) and add a hard-boiled egg here and there as a snack; they're a nice wallop of protein for under 100 calories. If you do have free time to cook, it is an awesome idea to make extra food so that you can bag up leftovers and enjoy them all week. Stuff like chili is easy and extremely diet-friendly.
Adding more veggies is also a good thing, as Vladadog mentioned.
A pound a week is certainly within the realm of possibility and it's definitely within the healthy range. How will you handle it if your body decides not to cooperate for a week, though? Be prepared for it, because it may happen to you; bodies are notoriously difficult like that.
Be ready to stay with your plan no matter what and focus on behavior-related goals rather than loss-related goals (for example, "I will eat on plan every day this week" rather than "I will lose a pound this week").
Seems like you have a good plan together overall. Best of luck, and I look forward to hearing about your successes over the coming weeks.