It is extremely important to have a consistent prayer life. For Christians, prayer should be second nature.
Often, the Holy Spirit will prompt us to pray for someone or some situation even though we may not know the exact need. These times may be life and death situations.
Consider some of the times and places to commune with the Father:
Pray in the car while driving.
Pray early in the morning before beginning the day.
Pray in the middle of the night when you wake up.
Pray in the shower or tub.
Pray while sitting on your porch or patio.
Pray while walking or jogging.
Pray as a family group for the needs of each other.
Pray while waiting in line, sitting in the doctor's office, etc.
It is possible to pray anywhere for all people from the least to the greatest. Don't give up. God answers prayer!