Hello all, firstly i would like to say thanks in advance for reading this thread and any advice given will be greatly appreciated. As you maybe guessed from the title i plan to learn physics and math pretty much from scratch and for the time being college/uni isn't an option. Here is a quick overview of my situation. I'm 24 years old living in the UK with a full time job(60 hours a week), I have just bought my first home,my partner and I have just had our first child, oh and I have recently fell in love with physics. At high school I fell in with the wrong crowd and my grades went down hill, i ended up leaving high school with a bunch of average GCSE grades and i have been in full time employment since. Due to the commitments above leaving full time work for full time education just isn't an option at the moment, so plan to start by redoing my GCSE math and physics at either night school or online college not sure yet. I also plan to do a lot of home study/self-teaching so any advice on books/papers etc to read would be great. Also could anyone advise on any sort of order to learn/study subjects in. Again, thanks for reading.