[1Co 6:9-11 KJV] 9 Know ye not that the unrighteous shall not inherit the kingdom of God? Be not deceived: neither fornicators, nor idolaters, nor adulterers, nor effeminate, nor abusers of themselves with mankind, 10 Nor thieves, nor covetous, nor drunkards, nor revilers, nor extortioners, shall inherit the kingdom of God. 11 And such were some of you: but ye are washed, but ye are sanctified, but ye are justified in the name of the Lord Jesus, and by the Spirit of our God.
In the above text by the apostle Paul, we see some general (if not common sense) principles about living a holy life unto God. There are many other commandments besides the ones we discussed so far but most of these fall into these "Common Sense" divisions of categories, things such as don't murder, lie, cheat, steal, etc.
Having said that, let's enumerate some of these miscellaneous principles derived from commandments below:
The Bible: It is a command to learn (and in time eventually teach) the bible. One should also aquire a bible of their own (many places will give them free such as churches). There are also online resources for free to access the bible.
One should fellowship and study with other believers (the best way to do this would be by attending a church or messianic synagogue).
One should have honor and respect for Authority, such has those who govern us, parents, chrurch leadership etc., however, since God is the highest authority of all, if a command or decree from a lesser authority would cause you to do something immoral and violate God's moral commands, there is no obligation to do something contrary to God. (For example consider the case of Germany in the 1930's and 40's. One is not obligated to obey immoral commands by evil leaders such as those of Hitler.)
One should confess and repent of one's sins.
One should make a practice of giving and helping others, such as the poor, charities, or religious institutions performing service to God and their communities.
One should keep their word, be honest in their dealings with others, and be fair in matters of business and judging situations. Always be quick to forgive.
Be decent with your speech, do not gossip, slander or profane others. Guard your tongue.
Help relieve others (including animals) of excessive burdens.
Be concerned for the safety and welfare of others, placing guardrails and warnings in areas of danger, (both metaphorically speaking, and if necessary physically.)
Be sensitive to the emotional wellbeing of others, even animals. As an object lesson for one example, if one were to gather eggs for food from a nest, send the mother bird away first so she does not witness it.
Remember the deeds those peoples in the past who have acted wickedly so that there errors are never repeated. A biblical example is that of the story of the Amalekites who slaughtered the poor, lame and elderly who lagged behind during the exodus as mentioned in the Torah. (An object lesson way of fulfilling this for example might be to write the name Amalek on paper then immediately cross it out.) When one becomes born again, they are new creatures, saved and made clean, blotting out their old sinful past, and they are no longer who they once were,
Maintain sexual purity, sex is for marriage.
Treat animals well and respect God's design. For example, although one may buy a pet that has already been fixed, it is not permissible to pay to have an existing pet fixed since this would violate God's command for the animal to be fruitful and multiply. (The command to be fruitful and multiply also applies to humans, although there are permissions given to not marry of one is choosing to commit their lives to the service of God instead.)
Do not worship Idols, serve other gods, or mix religions.
Love God and Love others.