An Anglican’s routine involves daily prayer. The 1928 Anglican Prayer Book (from which Mass is read) provides many prayers for daily and special occasions. It also provides a guide to morning and evening prayers that include seasonal prayers and readings from the Psalms and the Old and New Testaments (some instruction in use of the Prayer Book is helpful, which we can provide).
A convenient online daily prayer tool which many Anglicans use is Commonprayer.org*, which provides morning and evening prayers from the 1928 Prayer Book appropriate to the day selected. To use this resource, go to CommonPrayer.org, select “The Church Year” and then “20XX Monthly Calendar w/Morning & Evening Prayers/Propers Links”.
* CommonPrayer.org describes itself as “an independent, privately sponsored collection of resources based on the 1928 Book of Common Prayer, especially the Daily Offices of Morning and Evening Prayer. CommonPrayer.org is not affiliated with or sponsored by any parish, diocese, province, or other ecclesiastical body; it is a personal ministry offered as a gift to those who love the 1928 BCP and traditional Anglican liturgy. We offer a place of prayer and peace to all, with no politics or agendas.”