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tips/resources for Jewish practice in absence of local synagogue?

I am “technically” Jewish by matrilineal descent, but was raised nominally Catholic by a family, secularized at least a generation before, that viewed the heritage as more of an historical or ethnic anecdote and didn’t practice any of the traditions (besides some good Ashkenazi cooking here and there). Since having a revelation of the beauty and philosophical depth of the tradition as a teen, I have been increasingly interested in seriously practicing. At the moment, I do not live near a synagogue.

Besides reading Torah, studying Mishnah and rabbinical texts, practicing mitzvot, observing Shabbot and holy days, meditation, and learning Hebrew, what are some good ways of getting involved in Judaism, learning the traditions, and celebrating HaShem at home/in daily life?

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