Like instead of crackers with/in your soup, try torilla chips or potato chips.
Instead of noodles in your chicken noodle soup, try rice instead, although the GF pastas out there have gotten much better lately and are finally good. Walmart is even starting to have small GF sections and while the prices are still high, it is better than specialty stores.
General Mills and Betty Crocker are trying to get on the GF bandwagon with some recent changes to everyday foods.
Get creative and you will be surprised at how many things you can still have with only minor changes.
It is probably a little harder for on the go folks who rely on quick meals vs the make everything yourself types, but if there is anything I can do to help, just let me know.
Wallaby is a member here who just recently went GF too. I sent her googobs of info and she in an on the go person who might have some good suggestions as well.
Welcome to the GF world, again, take heart, there is good info out there these days and it does get much easier to navigate.
ETA: Another good thing to do right away, is learn the hidden sources of gluten. Like barley malt extract, soy sauces (many are made with wheat, not soy) and all the various ways it can hide in foods you would never expect. This will go along way towards avoiding, um digestive surprises.