So, we're all moved in and unpacked. We had it timed that we could be in the new place a week before we had to be out of the old place, and we ended up getting the keys to the new place almost a week before moving day, so I would just take a couple carloads of boxes over to the new place each day, and by the time everyone showed up to help us move it was pretty much just the big pieces of furniture. We had a good turnout, but our helpers did not eat enough of the donuts, so we were stuck with a lot of leftovers.
Over the course of the next week we cleaned the old place a little obsessively, but it turned out we did the final walkthrough with the awesome owner, not the evil property manager, so it looks like we'll be getting our deposit back without a fight.
I'm working and homemaking and going to school, and most people max out at two of those three things, and for the week that I was deep cleaning one house while unpacking the other, while not as stressful as trying to do it all in one day, it was pretty overwhelming.
Work continues to go well. It's only been a little over a month but feels like much more. It's more physically demanding than mental. I've achieved competence, my scans per hour approach those of veteran cashiers, and I can go most days without making a notable error or needing to call for backup.
School is better. The first exam came and I'm almost 100% certain I kicked its ass. I have a study group and we seem to be done with the busywork phase and are now getting into the meat of the subject.