When life is busy and you have a family, it can be difficult just to find a space to meditate. It’s important that you find a place where you can have a few minutes of uninterrupted time to meditate. It’s difficult to free your mind when someone is talking to you and distracting you.
Any space can be turned into a meditation space if you prepare. You may want to use your bedroom as a space for meditation. Make sure to tell the members of your household that you’ll be meditating and that you’d like some private time to do this.
Some people choose to use an office area, gym, or even their car for a few minutes (while in park, of course!) to perform meditation. Still others find that a large closet can provide a quiet, private space to meditate. Have you ever felt like the bathroom is the only place where you can be alone?
It may sound crazy, but many people convert their bathrooms into spiritual places when they need just a few moments alone to refocus and renew their spirit.  For those of you who know me, I absolutely love my baths.  For me, baths cleanse so much more than my body.  Somehow, my family knows – when mom is in the bath, LEAVE HERE ALONE.  Lol.  Whatever works, right?
That being said, there really is no right or wrong space as long as it’s a place where you can clear your mind.