The Bible teaches that it is possible to pray without stopping.
The person that wrote this in the Bible was called Paul. Paul was talking about prayers that never really finish. Instead of praying for a while then stopping to do something else, Paul is talking about chatting to God through the day, a little bit now, then a little bit later, perhaps while eating, a bit more while walking home, then a bit more before going to sleep – it’s as if the chatter or conversation never ends. Obviously Paul would have realised that people have to do other things too; he probably imagined that the conversation with God might pause while people do something else or concentrate on another job.
Many Christians choose to pray like this in their heads. They say ‘thought prayers’ to God all through the day, but they still go to school or work and they still chat with other people.