I homeschool (unschool, actually), go to school myself, and work from home. It's a little crazy. I feel that it's not a great schedule for my dd and that my busy schedule isn't really fair to her, but she's okay with it, esp. when the alternative is going to public schoo, which she did for 2 yrs and hated.
She has a fair bit going on herself. She's on a swim team and goes to practice 3 afternoons a week, goes to the gifted and talented program through the public school one morning a week, does dance class one afternoon a week, hangs out with the homeschooling family around the corner and takes various classes at the museum. And this month does a day of snowboarding with a homeschool group at the local ski area. The time she is at home she is very content to read, read, read, which is one of her favorite activities.
She would rather that I wasn't so busy, but after being a full-time mom for going on 10 years, it's time for me to start on something for myself. I'm currently taking the prereqs for nursing school and will start nursing school next January. That will be majorly full time, so I have no idea what we will do at that point. One day at a time for now...
One thing that helps is that she is 9.5 and old enough to stay home for shortish periods by herself. That makes less running around for her when I'm really busy. I also have a 7 yr old dd who goes to school. She loves school and goes to a really awesome one classroom school (K-2), child-directed, with an amazing teacher. So, I only have one to manage hsing with and she's old enough that we have flexibility.