I'm at a point in my studies in which my Rabbi is allowing me to direct my own curriculum, for the most part. At the moment, we're focusing on learning to read and understand Hebrew, and liturgy.
So I've been reading a lot of blogs lately, trying to find out what other Jews are talking about on the topic of prayer and ritual (its also much less dry than reading the siddur). I liked this article, because it explains one of my biggest questions right now: why is Judaism so darned complicated?
And I love its basic answer: so one must continue learning.
This article is focused on the brachot related to eating various types of foods, but that simple premise applies to much of Judaism, I think.