Davening at home

As a woman davening at home on Yom Kippur, what am specifically supposed to and not supposed to say?
(i see from the pervious post that i should not be saying kol nidrei…)
Thank you, Gmar chasima tova!

There are the main tefilot that Ashkenazim refer to as Shemoneh Esrey and Sephardim call Amidah. You have Arvit/Maariv at night, for both nights, and then Shacharit, Mussaf, Mincha, and Ne’ilah. Those are the most important. Try focusing the most effort on those and trying to understand the words that you’re saying.

Of course you have the Birchot Hashachar and the Birchot Kriat Shema that is important. All the typical things that you would say on a Shabbat or Yom Tov.

You are left with the Piyutim. The ones that the Chazan normally says is not necessary to be said. If any of these Piyutim mean a lot to you, you can certainly say them too. Just be careful not to say Hashem’s name Inappropriately.

Of course, any Pesukim from Tana”ch can be said with the names of Hashem without concern.

As is well known אחד המרבה ואחד הממעיט ובלבד שיכוין לבו לשמים