You can call me NIK
Aw, rising - you are so close!
I remember that clown car stage, when it seemed the stuff would never stop growing.
The critical and precious stuff should come with you in your car. Ditto for irreplaceables - photos, personal treasures, heirlooms, and sanity savers, whatever they may be (for me, it was my sewing machine and fabric stash).
Think and pack in context of where you are going, not where you've been. I knew I could live in chaos for months so long as I had somewhere to sleep, my kitchen was functional, and my quilt room/office was set up. Those spaces were my first priority. The VERY first things to go in the house were the beds. Assembled, made up with sheets, and ready to go.
Then I moved in the kitchen stuff (terribly important for feeding friends who were helping with the move, too).
Then quilt/office stuff.
All furniture and big items into the proper rooms, and then boxes were placed in the garage, which I used as a staging area. That way, I could take my time in unpacking, and not have to trip around piles of boxes in every room in the house for months on end.
If you have a clear idea of what will be the highest priority for your new set up, you can direct the packing toward that end.
Sending you TONS of strength and move mojo, honey.
This is it. The darkest day. The blackest hour. Chin up, shoulders back. Let's see what we're made of, you and I.
― The Doctor