You could always hire a certain someone I know. Lovely person to talk to. She handles web projects for her employer - who thinks she's a wizard. She's the living embodiment of the 'stream of consciousness' school of programming...
Actually that style worked pretty well for web programming for the longest time, since http is a)linear and b)amnesiac. The industry is full of people like that who managed quite well on the server side programming.
It can be extremely difficult sometimes when you're working with umpteen trillion different technologies.
In 1 portion of 1 project, this is what I need to deal with:
4 Web applications (3 are also projects)
? APIs... I don't feel like counting...
I'm sure I'm forgetting some things, but whatever. Point is, it takes a lot of effort to keep each section separate and clean and working well with every other part. It's easy to see why some things turn into complete disasters. (I've been taking my time to make certain that things are as maintainable as possible. e.g. TONS of comments in code with everything as atomic as possible.)
In some ways, you're kind of like a conductor when you're programming -- it's up to you to orchestrate everything and "make music".