Let me suggest different approaches that are much tastier, assuming that's your aim.
You can get individually sealed servings of ground coffee, ready to brew, packed without oxygen to stay fresh.
The best example I know of is Blue Bottle Perfectly Ground coffee packets. I have not tried them but I can attest that their cafes serve great coffee. In your situation I'd try them.
Another variation is coffee pods, but pods are mostly waste though you only use a couple per week. There are compostable pods available but those might not be that much better. See The Myth Behind Those Compostable Coffee Pods and look further into the composting situation.
Another approach would be to buy whole beans, premeasure them into individual servings, and pack those in little zip lock bags. Take out one at a time, let it thaw at room temperature before unsealing, and then grind it in a counter top or hand held burr grinder. Or grind them while still frozen if your grinder can handle that -- in fact research shows that they'll grind more evenly that way, according to. NY Times article.
People may tell you not to freeze coffee beans but in my controlled but limited experiments, freezing did not make a detectable difference in taste. Just don't remove some beans out of a frozen bag, letting air and moisture in, and put the bag back in the freezer where the air and moisture will decay the beans.
P.S. An Aeropress is a great way to make one or two cups at a time. I'm a big fan.