You can meditate almost anywhere, just about any time.
Yesterday I did it in the back of a taxi, on the highway, with the windows open, the wind roaring loudly, and the driver’s music blasting.
The other day I did it in a field with a lawnmower circling around nearby.
Yes, a quite place is better. But typically it’s people that interrupt you, not nearly as much the noises of things.
But I’ve even done it in a crowded convention hall, surrounded by thousands of people. Sometimes anonymity is your fried.
So all you really need to do is make it a priority.
And the clarity of your mind, which you have to deal with all day, no matter who you are, where you go, or what you do, is a top priority, whether you want to admit it or now.