Lucky, this is for you.
Crack your two front wheel lug nuts loose. Not super loose, but crack them.
Jack and support the front of the car. Put the jackstands under the subframe.
Remove driverside wheel
Remove the 4 15mm nuts holding the mount
Position your jack and a small piece of board under the transmission pan and jack about 1-2 inches until you can sneak the mount out. Put your new mount in place and lower the jack slowly to line up the studs of the mount.
Tighten the 4 15mm nuts back on
Put tire back on and tight lugs as best that you can with it off the ground.
Remove the passengerside tire.
Under the subframe locate and remove the 2 15mm nuts holding the engine mount.
Remove the splash shield in the wheel well that is blocking your view of the mount.
Remove the 2 15mm nuts on top of the mount. These are the only tough ones as they are in the bracket, so space is limited.
Put your jack and board under this end of the engine oil pan and jack like you did on the transmission.
Wiggle old mount out and put the new mount in place.
Lower and replace all the nuts.
Put shield back on
Put tire back on.
Lower the car the ground and tighten your lug nuts.