I wondered if I would be able to continue homeschooling when I divorced my husband and needed to go back to work. However, where there's a will, there's a way, and I continue to homeschool even through a heavy work schedule.
I'm blessed to be able to make my own schedule. Generally, we do school in the mornings, when the kids are fresh - but I've also done it in the evening after work. I've also asked my daughter, Krista, who is grown, to help me with the daily routine subjects, like making sure the kids read and do math daily, and then I review their work at the end of the day. Some days, we do part in the morning and the rest in the evening.
We do history and writing together, and I look for every opportunity to get the kids to write. Shopping lists, journals, book reports, family newsletter. They see me blogging and writing in my journal frequently. Krista likes to write song lyrics, which has inspired Mercedes to write poetry as well.
I can plan a day off midweek (when everyone else is in school) to take the kids to a museum or the zoo.
My oldest, Krista, works as my nanny. The younger kids are very self sufficient - they've been taught to fix their own breakfast (even bacon and eggs), clean up after themselves, do the laundry - valuable life skills that will serve them well. And I teach them routines. They get up in the morning, get dressed to shoes, have breakfast, and start on their schoolwork without too much prodding from me.
And that is a very big deal.