Thanks. I know that already, but it's reassuring to hear from others to trust my own instincts. That sounds so silly, but a big part of that I need to get over is not having exact instructions.
This is often me. I wasted huge amounts of time standing still because I was afraid of not doing things 'correctly'. I didn't realize that moving forward in any direction would have been much better than being frozen in place. Looking for external answers also retarded my ability to listen to myself and the things around me, which in the end is far more important than having written tutorials.
"What's the worst that could happen?" are words I live by now, and my threshold for disaster has risen. I learn more from doing things incorrectly, and troubleshooting is half the fun