Here's two ideas I read somewhere years ago and I have used often:

1. Read one chapter in the book of Proverbs each day that corresponds with the day of the month. There are 31 chapters in the book of Proverbs. Read the first chapter on the first day of the month, the second chapter on the second day of the month,etc.

2. Read one chapter of the book of Psalms according to the day of the month. If nothing seems to "speak" to you, then add 30 to that number and read the Psalm that corresponds to that number. If you still don't find anything that seems to speak to where you are that day, add 30 to that number and read the Psalm that corresponds to that number. Continue doing this until something is "quickened' to you or until you run out of Psalms. Here's an example: today is the 31st of the month. I start by reading Psalm 31, then Psalm 61, then Psalm 91, then Psalm 121.

It's amazing how you can read some Proverbs and Psalms repeatedly and get something new out of them each time. It is also good to try reading them in different translations.

One last thing:
I have always encouraged people to keep a Bible in their bathroom with the other reading material. Reading a chapter in  Proverbs or Psalms doesn't take very long. Don't worry, I don't believe the Lord is embarrassed or insulted by you reading while you are "sitting on the throne." He is familiar with all our ways and He is with us wherever we go anyway. At least it's one place you can have a little privacy while you read!