Got an excellent comment from E. T. G. about starting:
you wrote. Doing the hard part first is not always possible.
Take altering a garment, for example. ( sometimes I put this off)
The hard part is putting it back together, but one has to
take it apart first. Maybe that falls into a different category.
The book should be a very interesting read,
and I might actually learn something :>
from East Texas Girl
Well, yes, some things have a necessary sequence and you can’t choose where to start. You can’t put it together before you take it apart, and you can’t do the cleaning up before you eat the dinner. But if you have trouble getting started, think of small steps. Instead of ‘altering the dress’, you are going to ‘take it apart’ (not my field, but I assume that’s a single step.) Then when you’ve done that, the next step is to ‘put it back together’. Maybe that can be broken into steps? It may be easier to start if you just think of one step instead of the whole project.
Thanks for the comment