One of my favorite things is waking early and sitting in the darkness and quiet. On days when I'm up that early, my practice is to light a candle, make coffee or tea and to sit next to the window covered with a throw and with the blinds and curtains open.
As I watch clouds form and change shape and move across the dark sky, I'm free to think about what I'm learning from my readings, my interactions with people and even from TV series or films. In addition to formal meditation, which I do less often these days, I like to sit in the quiet and allow thoughts and feelings to come into my consciousness. Without daytime distractions, the results of new information and experiences combining with older ones present themself to me.
Being highly sensitive and easily distracted, these times when it takes less effort to avoid all the things that stimulate my senses are so valuable. Thoughts, of course, always intrude, but it's easier to guide them toward the things I'm currently trying to master. Currently, I'm working on relationships.
Covid has changed the daily routine for so many of us. I hope you've found a way to give yourself some peace and quiet to enjoy in whatever ways are possible for you.