Making meals that go beyond using just one pot can be tricky in an office-tell kitchen. For example, making a stir fry or something in a fry pan and then wanting to steam or cook something in a pot at the same time is tricky. If the fry pan is huge it usually ends up covering the other burners. Certainly cooking for yourself doesn't mean you need to make a lot, but if you are trying to make a whole meal things can get messy.
Thankfully, the meal I made a while ago just required one huge pan. I made chicken fried rice since I am trying to find foods I can cook that will make great leftovers for lunch.
Stir the rice around while adding spices and soy sauce.
After you cook the rice to a texture and color that you feel looks good add back in the chicken and veggies and give a good stir.
Sure you could order the same thing from a local restaurant that will even deliver it to your door but a home cooked meal made with your own desirable ingredients always tastes great.
I would say that it did come out too salty and so I know now how much seasoning and soy sauce to add to this dish for next time, so just a warning.