I stopped playing for 2 years and then I had some periods where I played and studied chess, but never for more than a few months in a row. I have an ELO of 1900.
After these 2 years without playing, I noticed that I take way more time to think during my games (did I lose confidence?), sometimes hesitating for a long time between two good moves that should not matter that much (like "should I play Bd3 or Bc4 in the opening?", or "should I take with the c or e pawn?"). I also noticed that I forgot some opening lines (which I think is completely normal) and some endgames too. I almost always end up with time trouble, even though I read guides about time management.
My question is: what should I study to get back to my level before I stopped playing?
I used to do a 15 min tactics on ChessTempo and Lichess, but I stopped because in a game you never know when there's a combination and the puzzles on ChessTempo became so difficult that I often ended up playing the moves I thought was best because I could not find the combination of +10 moves in my allocated time frame. Now, I do the exercises from Practical Chess Exercises which are more similar to what you have to do during an actual game. I also do the very easy exercises in Ct-Art 6 because I think it takes me too much time to find these in a real game. I also started to review my endgames and I do endgames exercises on Chessable.
For the openings, I tried to switch to new openings, but it did not go well, probably because I needed more time to learn them. So, what I do now is I review my old openings. I'm not sure I should review my openings though, because I'm pretty sure I don't lose my games in the opening.
Is there anything else I should do? Should I stop review my openings and focus on other weaknesses?
Edit: By the way, I did play a few tournaments (not as much as before I stopped playing, but still) and in a club since I stopped playing.