Just wait until it starts to clear.
There's nothing quite like making your first mead and seeing it progress. But, once you've done a few batches, you care less about seeing how it's doing. I've gotten to that stage. I'm letting mine go the amount of time needed, and then racking when appropriate. Cleaning a couple of my reserve fermentation vessels now, so that I can transfer a batch into one, and use another to make a new batch.
I also have the latest batch sitting on a rug with keglove on it, with a heating pad between the keg (what I ferment in) and the glove. This is so that I can maintain the temperature the yeast likes to be at during fermentation. It's progressing well, but I'm probably a good month away from fermentation being complete (using RC-212).
Something to keep in mind... Be patient with your mead. Don't rush it along and you'll get something GREAT out of it.