I don't think this really amounts to an answer, but I haven't found any that are very satisfying, tbh. ANews has its' forums, but they seem underutilized and the discussions I have seen there aren't super interesting to me. Obviously, if I participated more that might effect that, but it hasn't felt like something I was interested in.Other forums are often more sectarian. Libcom has forums that might be of interest to, well, libertarian communists or anarcho-communists. Anarkismo used to have it's Blackcat Forums which was for discussion of Platformist tendencies, but when I just went to check the link, it seems like they lost the domain for it. It might still be out there, but I didn't want to put the effort in to looking. Similarly, there are probably still some green anarchist forums (the ones I was familiar with seem to be no more), syndicalist forums (haven't really looked b/c don't care), etc.Reddit might also be a place to look. I generally avoid it, because my experience of looking there is that you get a bad mix of ancaps and folks who don't use the term anarachist in the way I would, but I have friends that get deeply involved in AMAs there, and it looks like there might be a variety of options, but I can't vouch for their quality. Not that I am vouching for the quality of the ones I linked to.
Mostly, I would like to hear and maybe share what others are doing to live out their understanding of anarchy in their day to day lives. The limitations are obvious but I did read that people do attempt to do that day to day.
i remember quite a few questions with answers here that share in that way. "living-in-anarchy", "practice", etc. used as search tags will probably show a few related questions.
and i also like writing and reading what people do to live anarchically, so i'll probably come back to share a few stories.
a central part of my focus for living more anarchically revolves around reducing the amount of (how often, how much of, how many) economic relationships and interactions in my life, and finding other things to do with people where money doesn't come into play....and finding other ways to do some things that usually would involve money (or barter), but without it. i could say more if anyone feels interested...