The age old problem perhaps! I went through all my basic training in one go (which I loved) and then embarked on the TAPO process. Since then my life outside the green machine has changed a fair bit; I'm now undergoing intense professional training for my new career and am finding it very difficult to slot in weekends/training nights (work arrives often late in the evening requiring me to read through it ready for the following day/Monday am.) My problem is I still hanker after getting commissioned but am wondering whether it's realistic with my new career. I'd put everything on hold for a while but with how long the TAPO process takes, that would mean starting the whole thing again (I've waited over a year for a new AOSB date as it is!) At the moment I'm having to be one of those people that signs up for a weekend only to have to pull the plug, often last minute. Do I carry on like that, just hoping to make it work out or do I call it a day? Any advice welcomed!