I struggled with $1.10 DoN's for a while but I'm starting to get the hang of them, some of the things I've learned with these are:
1. Watch out for calling stations and don't try to steal blinds against them without a strong hand. In the beginning stages there will be at least a couple of these who will pay any amount to chase draws, value bet the hell out of them if you get one hooked. In fact, in the beginning don't bother blind stealing at all, it's not worth the few chips you might pick up. If you get a strong hand, play it, and fold everything else. I often see somebody raise 3x or more in EP early on and get 4-5 callers.
2. Avoid tangling with big stacks at all especially if they are the calling stations, unless you have a super premium hand it's not worth the risk.
3. Always keep an eye on stack sizes, because it's important in a different way than with regular STT's. Folding AA on the bubble is ok if you have to go up against a big stack, when you have enough chips to cash already. I often see people with mid-sized stacks on the bubble get into all-in wars with top pair, when there are one or more much smaller stacks on the verge of busting out.
4. There will generally be 3-4 players (in 10-max) who play almost no hands, these are good to steal blinds from but be very careful if they play back at you, you're almost always way behind if they do.
5. Watch out for high-blind limpers in early position on the bubble, I see these show up with AA/KK a lot when a short stack shoves.
6. I don't like to call all-in's for most or all of my chips with hands like AQ/AJ unless I am short and was going to shove anyway no matter what. Especially if it's a tight player that shoved, you're either dominated or flipping.
These can be boring, but as a rookie I find them to be good exercise in the basics.