Starting with Back to Eden gardening can be quite challenging at first. I relate to the struggle of not knowing when to do what, and asking myself "am I even doing this the right way" or "what should I do next". If you are in a similar situation or can relate the struggle as well, then you might be in the right place.
I will be sharing some of my universal advice that may make things easier for you and help you on your journey with Back to Eden gardening.
1. View this as a learning experience. You will probably make some mistakes every now and then, and that is fine. Making mistakes is part of the learning process and therefore even necessary. Nature is very forgiving, and you will get many chances to do better.
2. Go with the flow. Do what you can -- on a daily, weekly or even monthly basis. Don't try to force too much and be too focused on the outcome. Building a Back to Eden garden takes time. Anything of value in life takes time.
3. Use good heirloom seeds. Seeds are an important part of the foundation. Do some research and try to find out where you can get good seeds. You might have some friends who are already Back to Eden gardening and are willing to give you some seeds.