Establishing a relationship with the Quran is a lifelong ambition for every Muslim. Establishing a relationship includes learning to recite the Quran properly. With Tajweed rules. It also means learning the Arabic language to understand the Quran in its original language. It also encompasses studying from an authentic Tafseer to truly understand the Quran according to the understanding conveyed by the Messenger of Allah (ﷺ). It also means reading from books of the Seerah (or the biography) of the Prophet (ﷺ) to understand the context in which the Quran was revealed. It also includes investing our time in reading through authentic Hadith collections to understand and implement the message contained in the Quran as shown by the Prophet (ﷺ) in his life.
Reciting the Quran is an act of worship for us. It is important to recite some part of the Quran everyday. As I just mentioned, this is only one aspect of the relationship we should establish with the Quran while working on the other aspects as well. InshaaAllah (God willing) if we start with daily recitations, we would begin this relationship and soon we can take it to the next level. If we learn one Juz (1/30th of the Quran), daily we can finish a reading of the Quran in a month, every month. This will give us a level of relationship with the Quran: we would be able to recite the Quran fluently by doing so for a year or more.
We should each look at our own progress and try to take it to the next level. If we are an absolute beginner, learn the Arabic alphabet, learn to pronounce the letters properly and learn how to read the Quran. That would be the first step that we should take. If we already know how to read, learn Tajweed (the proper way of reciting the Quran). We should also strive to memorize some of the Quran as it is needed in our daily prayers. Next, we should also learn enough Arabic to understand the Quran without relying on the translation. There are courses available that teach you Arabic just for the purpose of understanding the meanings of what we read in the Quran. Take those courses. Furthermore, we should invest our time to the other aspects of a stronger relationship with the Quran.