This is exactly how I feel sometimes when trying to get my fledgling business off the ground - a little bit animal and certainly completely freaked out. What a process. I suppose if this were my full-time job, I'd have more time to devote to it but as it is, once my original web site totally disappeared when I changed web hosts and I had to start from scratch, it takes an inordinate amount of time every weekend staring at a computer screen, trying to figure out (a) what needs to go on the page, (b) what I need to "drag" in order to put in that information and then (c) coordinating that with PayPal purchase buttons. Then, of course, there are all the expenses that I never thought about when I started - all the different containers, labels, business cards, boxes for mailing, bubble wrap, business license, incorporation fees, DBA fee, professional fees, professional publications, cremes and carrier oils and butters and, of course, a bazillion essential oils. All that said, I wouldn't trade in this adventure for anything.
One advantage of working in hospice is that I get to play with all the therapy dogs. This is Asher, a Corgi.