If you are looking to start a habit of meditation, a good time to meditate is first thing in the morning. There are a few reasons for this.
Your will power is strongest
Your mind is always going to try to maintain what you are used to regularly doing. This is why you’ll need some of that will power to start a new habit, to work around and sometimes, work against the habits you already have built. You’ll need some will power to help you slot in a new habit.
Things won’t get in the way
The more you wait, the more things can come in the way and the more you’ll need to work to work around those things.
Your mind is more settled
The water tends to be most settled and clear when we wake up in the morning (usually). Your mind tends to be quieter in the morning, and it allows itself to be observed with less resistance in the mornings.
Sets the tone for the rest of the day
When you meditate in the morning, that quality tends to stay with you for the rest of the day.
Aim to Meditate twice a day
If meditating regularly is your aim, then start by meditating twice a day, maybe morning and evening. You are more likely to maintain a consistent practice this way. It might seem like a lot, but you’ll get used to it very quickly. Worst case, is you miss a session, but your daily practice will continue.
Having said all this, it’s all dependent on you as a person. No advice fully fits everyone. If you find that this doesn’t work for you, then you might just have to keep trying and discover a way that works for you. You will discover your path as long as you keep trying.