I'm currently a student-teacher, but I've had a lot of exposure and teaching experiences that made me really want to comment on your post. Prior to this certification that I'm working on, I taught at the elementary level for 3 years, and ESL to adult learners for 4 years.
I don't think anyone can provide 100% fool-proof lost of tips and advice that would guarantee an easy-sailing teaching experience. Everyone's experience will be different, and although there are those general rules of thumb that we learn during our teaching qualifications, you will find out that once you're in the classroom, everything changes and you start constructing your own advice based on your own school, students, and environment.
What I do think is necessary for every new teacher to remember, myself included, is that it takes about 5 years before we decide if teaching is what we actually want, or if we made a mistake and need a path change. During these 5, we learn more about ourselves than about anything else. As you develop your classroom management plan, your preferred teaching approaches and strategies, and your relationships with peers and the community, you will see that no advice can be completely accurate and applicable to every teacher.
I'm sure you know the general rules-of-thumb, but what I would happily share with you are some resources that I religiously refer to, and I hope they will be as helpful to you as they have been to me.
Wishing you the best of luck!