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I do that as well.
Other then having a corrupt .git/ I can't say I've had much issue overall.
I was intimidated at first too but realized I just kept using the same commands over and over again. My previous company used SVN and a UI for that. I had experience with git but it was a long time ago, like 2014, for my personal projects so I had forgotten most of it. I have a great memory.
These days, I just use the following on repeat and never had problems:
git clone <URL>
git checkout -b <name> origin/<branch name>
git pull origin <branch name>
git add <file>
git commit -m "shit" -m "description of my shit"
git push origin <branch name>
As long as you pull before you try to push anything, you won't get problems. That's based on my noob experience though, others may have a different experience.
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