Getting into the habit of reading or listening to devotionals...daily...is a good habit. Here are a few suggestions for you to consider.
Try reading at least a chapter of the Bible a day. If you can read for about 15 minutes or so, you can read the Bible in a year. Don't be discouraged if you don't understand everything you read the first time through, and remember it's not a race. It is, however, good to pray for understanding and to ask the Holy Spirit to teach you what you are reading.
'My Utmost for His Highest'
'My Upmost for His Highest,' by Oswald Chambers, edited by James Reiman, Updated Edition, 1992, Discovery House Publishers- A classic daily devotional that is probably best suited for the mature Christian. It's pretty deep and Oswald will always leave you with a challenge for the day.
Truth for Life Daily
Truth for Life Daily with Alistair Begg, www.crosswalk.com / devotionals / truth-for-life. Pastor Begg is really something, calling it like it is.
Moody Church Hour
Moody Church Hour with Dr. Erwin Lutzer, www.moodychurch.org. Pastor Lutzer has a wonderful internet and radio ministry. You can find daily devotionals on this web site.
Turning Point with Pastor David Jeremiah, radio network teaching ministries- Great stuff. Pastor Jeremiah is carried on may Christian radio stations and always provides solid Biblical teaching.
Moody Church with Pastor Erwin Lutzer, radio network Live Broadcasting- Great stuff. We listen to Pastor Lutzer every Sunday morning.