Walking around the exhibit hall of the Great Homeschool Convention, you quickly realize that home education is an area of immense opportunity. Booth after booth represents another risk-taking venture, an exercise of the entrepreneurial spirit, desiring to fill a need and make a profit while doing so.
Reading the works of Jane Austen, it is striking how the clergy are expected to have a comfortable income. This was seen as normal and good. Their jobs were viewed as important, and so, of course, they should be compensated well for that work.
Choosing to homeschool your children will not solve your problems. Rather, it trades one set of problems for a different set of problems, and your new problems almost entirely originate from the person you see when you look in the mirror.