I consider myself extremely fortunate because I am a "guest artist" for the upcoming Lincoln Clay Tour, which means I don't have to clean out my garage, stash anything out of sight, make sure all the house plumbing is in good order, decide where to put the food, etc. I get to show up, put out my work, and hobnob with my fellow artists and the public.
The puzzles these days are technological. Even though I do a pretty good job of keeping up with basic office software through my part-time job, my brain's been busy weighing the pro's & con's of Apple vs Droid, Paypal vs Square, Avery self-print vs VistaPrint, etc etc. This is where it's challenging to remember that I can't really get it wrong. One thing may prove easier than another, but no-one is grading me on my performance. This is a test run. Whether or not we do this again next year is still up in the air and no decision needs to be made on that now.
Viewing the whole thing as an experiment takes a lot of the pressure off. And staying out of my own head, not creating scenarios that don't (and probably won't ever) exist.
What's the next thing? Do that.