We all know that daily devotions are important. The forms that work for each of us will vary because we're different from each other. Among the choices available, Daily Office is the right one for many. Some helps follow:
Daily Office basically consists of Morning Prayer, Noonday Prayer, Evening Prayer and Compline. See what works for you.
Daily Office from the printed Prayerbook
You may prefer to do Daily Office from the 1928 Prayerbook. That's excellent, but the 1979 is the current one. It is the edition that most others will have. In the 1979 BCP (Book of Common Prayer) you may choose either traditional language Rite I or contemporary Rite II for Morning and Evening Prayer. Noonday and Compline are common to both.
They begin on page 37. The readings are listed starting on page 936. They are arranged throughout the church year for "Year One" and for "Year Two." (If Advent begins in an odd numbered calendar year then, guess what? Yes. It's "Year One.")
You will have your work cut out to mark the psalms and scripture readings. Alternately, you can buy a canned readings book for either Year One or Year Two, but that means more books to deal with and to mark.
The "rubrics" (instructions) are fairly sufficient for learning how to navigate Daily Office privately or to lead the services.
Note that some readings for special days are included. The daily lectionary in the BCP applied for current use, but the newer Revised Common Lectionary (RCL) generally applies to Sundays and feast days for which it supplies propers.
Daily Office from the electronic Prayerbook
The contents of the BCPs are available on line. Having their files downloaded onto your computer, tablet or "smart phone" (I use a dumb one) can be very useful for some things, but for Daily Office one is left with the same organizational drudgery as with a printed BCP. Fortunately, that task already has been done for us by various people. I will name but two resources below, but there are more.
Using a Daily Office web site lets you efficiently (and reverently) enjoy these devotions even while sitting in the forest with your iPad. Since mainly only text is downloaded, the drain on your wireless account can be small. If you deeply appreciate a given site that serves you well, don't forget to donate.
Before you abandon your printed prayerbook, remember that society probably isn't ready for one to do burial office (and etc.) from an iPhone or iPad.
1928 Daily Office Resource
This site has both full and basic (for busy people) versions. See its other resources also, including an excellent "Order for the Hourly Offices."
1979 Daily Office Resource
This site has both English and Spanish, and apps for smart phones and iPads. There is also spoken Daily Office there.
This and that
(Just a few)
That's what it is called, "The Lectionary Page."
RCL lectionary spanning years for every day. If you like the NRSV then you'll love its readings. (Otherwise copy from your favorite translation in your computer.) They've just added "Reverse Lectionary."
Find the words and MIDI music for most of your favorite hymns from the 1982 Hymnal here;
Ham Radio Bible Study
Daily 3912.0 kHz at 6:30 AM EST (or EDST). The Sunrise Bible Study Net has met every day for over 50 years.