Start by asking yourself, "Do I really want to dedicate my time to learning/practicing magic?" If you don't feel you can, then I wouldn't suggest going much deeper than researching some things you might find interesting.
Take your time. It's not a rush to learn. Some people have been practicing twenty plus years and they still take the time to learn things. Magic can help unlock parts of you, spiritual parts, that have been long forgotten or straight up not present. Patience will be greatly rewarded.
Start with something simple. Magic requires a great amount of mental, emotional, and in some cases, physical strength. Look into some mythologies, because some of them are interesting and they are a decent starting step to remembering specific tales, names, and so on.
Think about what you're doing and how you're doing it. When you can stop and think about the progress you've been making or if it's laundering, you can tweek what's wrong, and make what's right even better if you so desire. Each person is different when it comes to their magic and how they perform it. Some people stick to specific parts of paths/traditions/religions, while others take what they've learned in those paths/traditions/religions and make it so it suits them comfortably.
Try meditation. It's not something for everyone, but it can be another fairly decent starting step. Just start with lying down and taking several deep breaths and let your mind wander openly and freely.