Do as Rob commented on.
If you have time? Sometimes the "un-retired" have to punch clocks.
Create a bookmarks or favorite folder for BIAB/RB.
Then start reading postings of interest on a regular basis.
Mark ones that may be close to what is needed in your future work.
Another tool as you are working and questions comes up is to
reference FAQ's PG has setup.http://www.pgmusic.com/techfaq.htm
Just reviewing the titles is a very
handy reference. Definitely mark this in your folder.
I had several sets of "So-So" headphones. After asking bout "Studio" phones
got several excellent answers, but ended up with ATH-M40f/s by Audio Technica.
One of the best $60 investments made in the recording area.
Start monitoring/reading the Off Topic forum, and for "Learning to Listen" again.
Check out the Showcase forum. There are many excellent recordings posted. There
is a mixed array of experience levels, but so many are great.
Listen to the music, of course, but closely listen to all the various parts of the music
A decent set of Studio headphones allows you to go this.
Been an irreplaceable tool for me sitting here alone to listen to a lot of these songs.
And while your doing this, don't freak out. Time, experience, the mentors on this forum
and other forums are invaluable.
This music journey is supposed to be a grand experience.
Also don't tackle too much at once.
Again Rob's advice is excellent.