Photoshop and Illustrator take many moths & sometime years to master. Following along on screen share is not the ideal way to learn these applications. I think you will gain more skills and confidence from using the applications daily and working through a structured learning series on Lynda.com. Look for Deke McClelland's tutorials. It takes time and practice, practice, practice to get really good. But the effort really pays off if you stick with it.
If you run into problems, use the Adobe product forums to ask questions & get answers from fellow users and product experts . They will be more than happy to help you 24/7 .
List of Adobe Product Forums
Or consider taking a class. Here is a list of Adobe Certified Instructors in the US. You many find one in your hometown, and many of them offer online, interactive training.
You can also check with your local colleges, many of the design courses teach using Adobe products as a tool. They have credit and non-credit courses that teach you through lessons, lectures, and hands-on projects.
Jeniffer you can join Adobe Educational Exchange . There are a lot of resources, workshops and Adobe GenPro online courses at the end of which you can gain a certificate
If you have any question I would be happy to help you also through Adobe Connect.
in the case of Muse i would start;
then watch this for some general tips = https://images-tv.adobe.com/avp/vr/f9a22e0b-df84-4fab-95fd-82db9072a993/29d290fd-8ddd-4581 -baa4-61a2a5a443a9/0921ee33-79…
and then this for real world senarios = https://images-tv.adobe.com/avp/vr/f9a22e0b-df84-4fab-95fd-82db9072a993/8899f4b9-f47f-4929 -b75e-263703fb38fd/0ffbec51-15…
I agree with Nancy ... at least about getting a job in web design but you have to start somewhere and not everyone likes code so each to their own.
I do a lot of this for my students - work with them one on one. I might be able to help you out. You can email me at melissa at creative-training.com
Referring to muse, I don´t see too much downsizes of muse to create websites to do it professional and to earn money with it.
You only have to do some rules for your business and you have to convince future clients with your work, though .
And of course, this is no difference to coding websites, you have to know what you want to achieve, order content before you start,
keep some rules in muse in your eye and go for it.
In PS, it depends on what you know, what you want to know and of course your skills so far.
I am not really 100% reliable in Id, as I started from scratch 3/4 year ago but, before I did (like a lot of others too ) Layout in PS.
For professional purposes and not little because Muse is kind of similar to Id, I added Id to my CC and come around with it.
If you want to watch: grundschule-iffezheim.de / They did only a desktop version but you can check for some scrollmotion.
You can watch work in progress right here: home
If one needs further functions for muse, there is some CMS available, too: Startseite - Conmunicator (DE)
Kind of these ( there´s some add ons for WP as well), of course, may get a question of money at a certain point. It promises not to need really coding skills, although it might be an advantage to have coding skills ( If I personally need, there`s a great forum in muse, not to forget about Ussnorway from above and many others).
I want to quote Dani Beaumont from Muse: "I encourage you to give it a try." ( this could be easily expanded to ID and PS as well).
(Coders are always afraid, be sure , but most of them are willing to help)
It would be of course a pleasure to help, give tutorials or teach.