My advice, if you are serious, is to get a coach quickly, or make sure your group coach is actually a good one. When I started skating after a ten year break (5.5 years ago now), I fooled around without a coach for a few months, doing jumps (Axel, early doubles) I hadn't done in years with a body that was NOT the one I'd been jumping with as a teenager. My muscles were not ready for it and my technique suffered.
I'm mid 30s now, and I'm still trying to undo bad habits from that time period. My Axel is still wonky (though consistent). A good coach could have saved me a lot of time, but importantly, wear and tear on my body caused by improper technique.
I absolutely love, love skating as an adult, and actively test and compete. I love the practice, the goals, the friends I've met, and the progress I've made. My husband does not love the empty wallet though, haha! I hope you join us!