I think the best daily practice I ever had was when I lived in Tallapoosa County and my altar was in the living room. Every day, usually several times a day, I would stand in front of the altar and do magick. I touched my crystal to ground and center. I used a mirror to turn back negative energy. I burned candles.
Right now I only practice when I get a spare moment. I do make many of my chores spells. The good thing about turning the mundane into magick is you never run out of chances to work. Your whole life is magick. You are the Witch everyone aspires to be.
The bad thing is not remembering what spells I did. They are so brief and quick it is easy to loose track. I may not remember trying to resolve an issue. While quick spells work for many things, they don't work for everything. At times it can feel as though I am not advanced enough.
When I need to do more detailed work, I do journal rituals. I like them because they don't take as much time as one might think, and it gives an automatic record of what happened when. In a sense, journal rituals are very between the worlds as what occurs is not known until it is read, and then it happens again but only in the mind of the reader.
I think I need some of the physical acts again, to actually stand before an altar and touch my objects of power. I do have altars in this house but they are more like shrines and out of necessity in a house full of children, they aren't easily accessible.
I also need regular studio time. I do have a studio, but I don't get to use it for sewing, only for storing supplies. My husband doesn't have a shop. His tools are stored in my shed. This is not working at all. We really need to get him his own space so that I can work undisturbed. Ideally, I would go to my studio, stand before the altar I set up, then start my art work. But it will be a long time before I can do that.
Currently, I am making notes on my tablet. I have a list of both long-term ideas and daily to do lists. Yes, I have to remind myself of what spells to do. I won't remember on my own.