Okay, some quick background first, I just managed to install Raspbian on a Raspberry Pi 3B+, and I started to try to do some projects. I started off with just writing python, which I'm happy to say that I have a very basic understanding of now. After a few hours of programming, I had decided to try and start off with a physical project. I bought a Freenove pi ultimate starter kit and got straight to work. I connected my breadboard with some wires, LED, resistors, the good stuff, but at the last minute, I had trouble decided which GPIO pins were which. I looked up a picture online, but I didn't know if my Raspberry Pi was facing the wrong way, or which was was in or out. I know this is a really basic question, but I don't want to risk breaking my Pi for something stupid like this. Is there an easy way of knowing what GPIO pin is which?
Update: Thank you so much! I've started making some circuits and all of your answers have helped!