Meditation can be thought of as the practice of being just where you are right now. This is because, in silent meditation, nothing whatsoever is happening (except perhaps some noises in the room and perhaps the sound of someone breathing). When nothing is happening we get to see how our mind wanders here and there: making plans, reviewing past hurts, worrying, telling us that we are not meditating correctly and so forth. When we are sitting we are just sitting in spite of what our minds are telling us.
If there is a goal in meditation practice it is to learn to "just sit". "Just sitting" is perhaps the most challenging thing we can undertake because - if we can "just sit" then we can "just wash the dishes", "just walk", "just argue with a friend", "just chew", and, of course, "just be"… "just be content with God's astounding gifts".
regular daily practice is the key,