I just started a little while ago to, and I think you're doing fine. In fact, I wish I was brewing as quick as you!
The only thing I can recommend is getting BeerSmith. You can search around for stuff about it, but it's a great program. It's really helped me figure out what ingredients do to the beer, how the numbers correlate, etc. Additionally, it's a great way to log all of the exact details for your brew, and add notes - so you have always have a recipe on that awesome (or horrible) beer, and all the revisions of it that made it what you wanted it to be. (Without looking for that loose paper, that you jotted the notes on, somewhere on that desk...) Then, when you progress on (hopefully I do, some day), you can use it to start building your own recipes.
Bottle Aging: Pineapple Wine, Welches Wine, Peach wine
Kegged - Brown Ale, MidWest AK47