For those of you thinking about homeschooling or if you're already in the trenches, check out Susan Wise Bauer's book The Well-Trained Mind: A Guide to Classical Education at Home. It was my homeschooling bible and has been indispensable as a reference every year. (I've been homeschooling 8 years now.) It may seem like a big book, but it covers K-12th grade, so you wouldn't necessarily need to read it all right now. Her discussion of homeschooling at the beginning of the book is really encouraging and helps things not feel so muddled. Here's the website. http://www.welltrainedmind.
Why Urban, Educated Parents Are Turning to DIY Education http://www.thedailybeast.com/
Why I Homeschool, and What My Approach Is http://thepioneerwoman.com/
Why We Are Homeschooling (From a Gal Who Tried Everything) http://carrotsformichaelmas.
6 homeschooling misconceptions erased http://simplehomeschool.net/
Why we homeschool http://tshoxenreider.com/why-
My advice? Don't take yourself or your plans too seriously. Have fun! Keep the big picture in mind so you don't get bogged down. Drink coffee!
And here are a couple of videos that my nerdy homeschoolers think are funny. (They like the second one better.)