One of the best things about a really good friend is bringing them into a new part of your life. They tend to make it better. My best friend Alex and I talk about tough stuff in our lives, but we also make extravagant bacon-y breakfasts, watch anime and ride our bikes. A complete friendship with Alex includes both deep conversations and fun stuff. A complete relationship with God is the same way.
Deep worship and prayer times are wonderful, but God wants to be a part of our “normal” lives too. God created our world to have a vast and beautiful variety of experiences that aren't church services, Bible readings or musical worship. Those spiritual practices do shape how we see our world; they help us to see Jesus in less obvious places like in basketball games and biology homework.
The majority of life isn't overtly spiritual. We spend hours a day eating, working and getting from one place to another. Those parts of life are still a gift from God.
Jesus loves you. He says so in the Bible and if you listen you can hear him say so in the crisp richness of a strip of bacon, in Adele's sonorous tunes on the radio (or whoever music is super-personal), and in the hilarity of internet cat videos. God is not contained. May you enjoy his gracious and loving presence in all aspects of your life.
There is one body and one Spirit, just as you were called to one hope when you were called; one Lord, one faith, one baptism; one God and Father of all, who is over all and through all and in all.