Don't drive yourself crazy looking for resources
Homeschool is a lot of fun, and a lot of frustration. The biggest problem most people have reported is; that they can't seem to find their groove!
There are so many resources out there that no-one is really sure where to stop looking and start using. When there are so many options, it is really hard to decide if you have found the right ones. You will almost always be tempted to keep looking, just in case you might have missed the big one.
The truth is though that you don't have to use everything you find. In some case you may not even need a few of the homeschool resources you see. Don't stress the little stuff. One great hint to making sure you don't drive yourself crazy is to narrow down your searches. Look for only the resources you really need.
Check a few highly rated sites and find some nice blogs from other homeschool parents. Stick with these and learn from them. You can even follow a great blog and buy an extensive homeschool guide with pretty much everything you need for homeschooling at Essential Homeschooling.com
Join a few homeschool groups. There are a lot of these out there so look for some that are close to you and that share your beliefs. A lot are religious based, as that is a very popular reason for parents homeschooling their children, and nearly every one of them are incredibly helpful.
Don't waste too much of your time wandering around the net looking for those perfect resources though, they are everywhere, and you can even make your own. Start with one good site and look around it pretty thoroughly. If you don't find what you were looking for, look for it specifically and see what comes up. That link I posted above has a great "links" page where you can find some of the very best homeschool sites out there.
Try to remember one of the most important aspects of homeschooling: You are the teacher! So many people forget that they are actually in charge of their homeschool, and try to follow a public school regime. Don't bother, you will only drive yourself crazy. Instead find your resources, use your judgment, and homeschool your way! You will be a lot happier in the long run and a lot more successful!