Just as a footnote to the good advice logic has already given:
Think about it: When you wake up after say 8 hours of sleep, it means you haven't put any fuel in your body for quite a long time, sometimes 10 or 12 hours.
It's a good idea to eat something within say an hour of waking up, to get your engines into gear. Whether that follows a consistent form, say that of "breakfast" doesn't matter though. Like logic, on most days, I really don't feel like a big meal in the morning at all but grab some fruit and a yoghurt instead.
So my advice would be the same as logic: don't bother having two meals if you don't feel like it, but make sure that you eat something in the morning, and at that something that is nutritious.
"Through repetition the magic will be forced to rise."