Think of the things you do regularly each day, from getting up in the morning until you go to bed at night. Make a list of them…. Don’t worry about how trivial and mundane some of them seem; after all, they are probably the most vital to your health and well-being. Reflect on the list and try to think how each item can be turned into a prayer. Washing, for example, could easily make you think of your own desire to lead a purer life and of your concern for the health of the worlds’ poor. Make a note of these prayers next to your routine and try tomorrow to offer these prayers as you move through the day.

Alan Walker in Prayer for Everyday Living