My own experience in a field unit is as an Armoured officer, but I'll try and give you an impression of life in the Army (not on tour). A typical day could look like this:
0730 to 0830 hrs - Physical Training (PT) running, circuit training etc
0830 to 0930 - shower, coffee
0930 to 1130 - work/training (there may be a short Tp/Pl parade at the start of work)
1130 to 1230 - lunch
1230 to 1600 - work/training
The content of the "work/training" periods will vary between units and from day to day. You might spend a week or two going through refresher training on basic soldier skills (wpns, comms, first aid etc). You might spend the whole time doing vehicle maintenance if you are in a mech unit. You might attend lectures on stuff you haven't learned on course yet. Before an exercise you will spend the time getting ready for the exercise, and afterwards you will be cleaning stuff up and putting it away.
Once a week you will most likely have a "sports afternoon" where you go to the gym/rink and play sports against other Sqns/Coys in your unit. Once a week you will also probably have a "stables" morning that sees the whole unit conducting maintenance. There will be various Sqn/Coy parades where the OC and SSM/CSM will pass on info. You will also see "Troop Leader's Hours" where you all down tools and go to a quiet spot for an hour with your Troop Leader and Tp WO to discuss how things are going.
In garrison your evenings and weekends will generally be free, although you will have "duties" from time to time. These duties will require you to stay at the unit duty centre all night and look after things. Before an exercise, however, you might work late in the evening getting things ready. There is no such thing as overtime. In the field your times belongs to the Army 100%.
In a "typical" training year you could expect two or three field exercises and several weapon ranges. A year might look like this:
Aug - individual refresher training
Sep/Oct - one month of field training with workups and post-ex drills (perhaps in two or three blocks). You could be home on weekends or you could be away for a month
Nov - an additional exercise at a higher level, plus some maintenance
Dec - write off for the silly season. Lots of parties and sporting events
Jan/Feb - winter warfare and perhaps some unit run courses
Mar - heavy weapons gun camp
Apr/May - field training (probably building on the Fall exercises)
Jun/Jul/ - support to reserve training/block leave/posting season
If there is a deployment coming up then pre-deployment training will kick in.
Hope this helps.