How does one pray Rosh Hashana and Yom Kippur alone?
I'm somewhat competent in praying alone on weekdays and Shabbat, with the current pandemic providing a forcing function. I prefer to be part of a community and be able to rely on the sh'liach tzibbur for certain things, but I don't have to. I've always been slow, so I don't mind skipping things that can be skipped, but I can muddle through.
The high holy days are coming up, and I do not assume that we will all be able to attend services in person by then. Even communities that are meeting in person now are limiting attendance, and almost everybody might want to come for Rosh Hashana and Yom Kippur.
I have a machzor or two, but I'm finding the possibility of handling these days on my own somewhat daunting, especially Yom Kippur. But we're not the first people to face this challenge, so I'm hoping there's already help available.
Where can I find, or can someone provide here, a "beginner's guide to fulfilling the obligations of RH and YK at home"? I'd like to know which parts of the service are required, which parts that might not be obvious require a minyan (so skip or adjust those), what to do about shofar, any practical or mechanical tips, and whatever else I don't know enough to ask.
I've cast this question personally because it reflects a problem I have, but this is of course not a request for rabbinic advice or p'sak. I'm looking for practical advice for people who will be alone on these days, whether experience-based or otherwise.