No worries, bikerozzy, no matter how secure a system may be designed to be, it's never going to be 100% userproof.
Rest assured, there's always a way. Your first option is to always log in as root
or name yourself "su", as in "su see, sudo".
But to such freedom, a certain responsibility attaches - you gain convenience, and make your system very
vulnerable. Hopefully your backup-copy discipline is top-notch.
One better way may be to build "sudo" options into the shortcuts you use most, so they automatically ask for the root password, taking less (but not zero) time and energy.