An observation (maybe lesson learned) on editing: start with reading the first draft before nitpicking sentences, structure, and grammar.
I started editing my novel Aperture by fixing typos and removing sections, and within a few days I was dreading working on it. I decided to instead read the first draft without making edits (thanks to @kseniaanske's awesome blog post). I've been regularly surprised by what I wrote, and I'm actually enjoying reading it.
I've got some big picture thoughts on what to change, but I'm going to let that all figure itself out in my brain as I keep reading it.
You know what's a weird feeling? Reading your own book on the bus. Six months ago it was an idea I had while eating lunch by myself, and now it's this world and story and cast of characters. It gives me butterflies.