What you are seeking will not be found by adding something new to your life but rather by emerging from the dominance of your mind.
Waiting for the perfect place or perfect mindset before taking up the practice of meditation is merely an excuse from the ego so as to avoid confronting its own falseness.
"Why do we meditate? This is a question we’d be wise to ask. Why would we even bother to spend time alone with ourselves? First of all, it is helpful to understand that meditation is not just about feeling good. To think that this is why we meditate is to set ourselves up for failure. We’ll assume we are doing it wrong almost every time we sit down: even the most settled meditator experiences psychological and physical pain.
Meditation takes us just as we are, with our confusion and our sanity. This complete acceptance of ourselves as we are is called maitri, a simple, direct relationship with the way we are.” ~ Pema Chodron
Your mind will not stop wandering until your attention stops wandering. It is this restlessness of the mind that creates the feeling of boredom. In reality, boredom is just peace that has been overlooked.
Cease to worship your thoughts and ideas. All they have done is brought you to where you are now, into a place of confusion and agitation and desperation. Clarify your aspiration to be that of peace. Not entertainment, not perfection, just peace.
Meditate daily. Practice mindfulness continuously. You would be wise to read the free online PDF The Way of Liberation by Adyashanti or purchase the book The Power of Now by Eckhart Tolle.