Hello, I see it's been over an hour since you submitted your question, I'm going to go ahead and take a shot at your question unless you'd rather wait for Ivan.
The cylinder head Gasket on these is about as advanced a job as you could really do on your accord aside from rebuilding the transmission. Basically you're going to need to be comfortable with timing belt replacement, and the procedure to time the engine correctly. If you can hand that part the rest is a big job, but it's doable if you just take it one bolt at a time. Here's a basic rundown of what it takes, you're going to need to put the engine at top dead center, drain the coolant, disconnect the radiator hoses going to the head, remove the distributor, disconnect all the electrical connections to the head, unbolt the exhaust manifold from the head and slide it back, unbolt the intake manifold from the head and slide it back, you can leave the manifold on the head it seems easier, but it's harder to maneuver with the additional weight. Now you're going to want to remove the timing belt from the cam gear, then unbolt the cylinder head and remove it.
Once again, it's a big job, but if you have a service manual, a torque wrench, and patience it should be doable.