I think our homeschool is mostly classical with some Charlotte Mason thrown in. Unschooling is probably the black sheep of the homeschooling family of methods. I found an interesting "how-to" UNschool, if there is such a thing.
What intrigued me was her analogy: It's sort of like a meat and potatoes family starting a new vegetarian diet. It's dinnertime and here are the potatoes and there's the side dish, but there is a great big hole on the plate where the meat used to be. Learning to fill that hole will require getting back to the basics and learning a new way of cooking and eating. It's not difficult, just different. And it takes a little getting used to.
Taking this week off on purpose has set me (mostly mentally) on the path to year-round schooling. I also am seeing our first unit studies on the horizon- I want to do a classical music study, and an art study, and a music study (notes, theory, recorder).
What is your favorite thing about the homeschooling method your family uses?