If you feel guilty about missing your Bible reading, morning prayers, or family devotions, stop it. There is no sin called “missing Bible reading.” Those are man-made traditions, and you won’t get an ounce holier by keeping them. You are free. There is now no condemnation for those who are in Christ Jesus. You are not under the law. God loves you, you overachieving legalist brown-noser. Stop pretending your rituals are special. You need to sleep in more often and eat donuts for breakfast (especially during Lent).
But you should only *not* feel guilty about missing your Bible reading or morning prayers or family devotions if the relief of no-guilt drives you to love Jesus more enthusiastically and recklessly than ever before. Do you love Jesus? Is His word sweeter than honey? Is it better than sleep? Are you accidentally telling everyone you know about your Savior? If you just end up sleeping in longer, become even less disciplined, and you don’t miss any of it, you should feel guilty, you lazy slob. Repent, believe the gospel, and get up and say your prayers, man.
Grace drives you toward greater glory not less. Some people especially need to learn the discipline of the grace of donuts, and some people especially need to learn the discipline of the grace of getting up early. Everyone needs to learn to do both, and you can tell you’re making progress when you are as dedicated to your prayers as you are to your donuts.