The early Christians understood there is no one-size-fits-all prayer pattern. The time, location, and form of our prayer arises in relation to the circumstances of our life. Bunge writes about this on pp 110-112.
Fixed times of prayer arise from our commitment to beginning and ending our days in devotion to God. In between we may keep “the hours”if our pattern is more liturgical. But regardless of the form, we “pray without ceasing” by allowing the experiences of our day to be invitations to pray.
In this way, no ones prayer life will be the same as someone else’s.
We pray as we are, when we are, where we are, and as we can.