When you want to do a 10K for the first time, it's easy to be afraid. If you are a novice runner looking to start participating in marathons, a 10K is your first goal naturally. Don't fear the training aspect though!
Since a 10K is relatively easy compared to a 15K or full marathon, the training should be more relaxed as well. You can push yourself as hard as you want, but don't worry if you can't run 6 miles every day after work. I suggest doing most of your muscle training on the weekends, and focus on running a few miles every day to prep you for the 10k.
“I suggest doing most of your muscle training on the weekends”