Do you want to continue your service within the parameters of your new life? If you are simply looking to serve the remainder of your obligation in an honorable manner, I can think of some scenarios under which you could do that. Obviously working every weekend makes it impossible for you to continue as a platoon leader or XO in a line unit. With a little imagination, you may work out a deal with a staff section at the State HQ, and serve as a watch officer at the Operations Center during two weekdays per month. Perhaps you have some engineering expertise that the State Facilities Manager might find useful during the week. The Family Program office could use your service as well. These are but three ideas off the top of my head. Engage the OSM in your gaining State, and ensure that he knows your situation up-front.
Since you only want to serve your obligation, you won't need to worry about career-enhancing positions, military schools, or other "ticket punches."