Given: there are times and places in life where this is extremely valid to do; depends on the person and their season of life at the moment and a lot of people are appropriately at that point. I say that to make sure no person is offended from reading this and to say that I am at a different (not better or worse) point in my relationship with Jesus.
For me though, I wonder if there is more. I think alot of my problems and issues, especially the ones I talk about in my prayer life are either brought on or made drastically worse simply by the way that I handle and think of them. We can worry something to death. We can make it a problem by thinking and worrying it into one. I get really tired of doing this. I heard a pastor talk about this and he says that now his time with God usually just looks like being the presence of the Lord. Just loving and being with the Holy Spirit. And if he has a request he presents it, but it takes no more than a couple minutes because the Lord knows all his needs. He isn't perfect, he isn't at some "perfect" point in his prayer life, but just chooses to make his prayer life about spending time with his father, his best friend, and Lord.
I think I wanna take up this challenge by taking a few days or even one day and simply not presenting any requests to God. I will pray without ceasing but never with worrisome asking. I will simply and solely love on Him and worship Him for this period of time. And at the end of time see how it went. If I do this challenge for a day and at the end of the day realize that I didn't pray at all then I think there would be a problem. Or if throughout the day, I found it extremely hard to pray, then I think there would be a problem.
The Lord is faithful. He hears all. He knows all. He knows when a leaf falls to the ground in the middle of a forest. He knows what I want the most in my life. His love endures forever. His love never fails. His love is the one thing that remains.