You can have several gigs ( I think up to 7 as a new seller), so another option is to create another gig at a ‘hook’ price point, offering something you will be halfways okay with spending a certain amount of time on (think of something you can do in a short time and for $5) and keep the gig starting at a higher price point at the same time and see how it goes for both gigs - if you get sales and reviews on the cheaper gig, they don´t count for your higher priced one, obviously, but the reviews still will be on your profile, and they count for moving towards level 1 and level 2 ranks.
I think most people here start out with lower prices, and once they got some reviews, experience (Fiverr is a world in itself and there are many things that can go wrong that you never even thought about before you’ll experience them ), perhaps regular customers, they adjust their prices towards what they think fair or think what their services really are worth, or what they want to make. Being a freelancer means making decisions about such things all the time.
Good reviews give your gig momentum, that´s not to be underestimated, but if you want to keep with one, or with several but still higher priced gigs only, that´s of course absolutely okay, you can try and see what happens.
Maybe you can find a good balance/compromise that works for you at the moment, or you could give yourself a specific time frame, like a month or two, in which you’ll work longer than you think okay for the price if needed to get reviews and the levels, and then adjust according to your experiences here and your personal situation.
You’ll figure something out that works for you, if Fiverr is the right place for you.
Anyhow, welcome and !