I was raised secular/Christian (secular Jewish mom) and am reconnecting to my Judaism. I just moved to a place with no significant Jewish community or rabbis for a few hours. (Luckily I lived in a big city and has an opportunity to learn a lot of Hebrew and about Jewish thought generally before I moved.) I'd really like some kind of concise guide, or even just a list, of the blessings/prayers and other activities involved in an observant Jewish life on a normal weekday so I can start incorporating them into my routine. As in, what do I do from the moment I wake up and say modeh ani til I go to bed (or at least through the morning)? Unfortunately the siddurim I have sort of presume your knowledge and I can't find a very complete guide online. Does anyone have any ideas?
The comments above focused on list of daily prayers but your original question was broader: "a concise guide of the blessings/prayers and other activities involved in an observant Jewish life on a normal weekday".
I would like to recommend two books I read cover to cover and really liked - which I believe perfectly fit your question. Both are compendium of laws of daily practice. Of course they also include Shabbat and holidays but as you grow in reconnecting to your Judaism these will become the next obvious questions.
- Halacha 24/7/12 - a very recent book which was originally written for yeshiva students as a set of "all the practical laws you need to know". It is remarkable in that it is both broad, highly accessible to everyone, incredibly practical and actually interesting to read. In a number of places the author show pragmatism by writing "Artscroll says X but basic halacha is Y". The goal of the author is to show halacha is not "in the heaven or beyond the sea" but instead very approachable
- Shaarei Halachah is a somewhat older book which aims to presents Jewish law in a simple and accessible way