Any creative endeavor is highly non-linear, but the sharing of it almost always skips a lot of the actual work that goes into it. That’s ok; a clear progression makes for a good story that’s easy to tell. But don’t judge your reality against someone else’s compressed work. It’s ok if it takes you a day to make a cutting board like one that someone made in six minutes on YouTube; the truth is it probably took them a day too.
In a world of ever increasing number of things being shared it isn't hard not to get the feeling of missing out, and it's an even worse feeling if you're trying to compare yourself to others. Everyone is at a different levels, and not everyone is playing the same game. And that's ok.
Instead of having a defensive mindset where it's me vs. the world, I'm trying to look at it in a constructive and collaborative point of view.