I recently spent a few days living in a tent. This wasn't camping close to civilization. No option to go to a Marriott or a Motel 6 or go back home.
See, the Bible describes life on this earth as somewhat like living in a tent. So we can learn some good lessons from living in a tent.
The first lesson is that I can try all I want to make the tent as comfortable as home, but it's not. I can bring an air mattress, cooking utensils, and coffee. It's still not home. If I expect it to be like home, I'll be disappointed.
None of us are home yet. The sooner we realize this, the better. We'll quit striving to arrange this world to suit our needs, and remember that we are still on the trek home.
Ask yourself, where am I trying to arrange for this life to be home? That will reveal a gap in your understanding of your true home. You'll begin to live differently. Your expectations will change.