Sorry, that wasn't completely clear. To be explicit, if I were doing this in GTD, I'd
1. Do some form of Gannt chart that shows how the major pieces of the move (or whatever big project) fit together in terms of how they depend on each other. (Need to finish this part before I can even start this other part, etc.) I'd keep this as project support material in a *very* convenient location (action support folder on desk and going home each night).
2. Input each big piece of the move as a project on my project list.
3. Manage each project on my project list very aggressively with reviews after each action completion and at the end of each day. I'd date all my next actions with complete no-later-than dates so I'd know immediately if I were running into trouble no deadlines.
4. Follow the previous poster's advice of putting lots of my next actions on my calendar.
If you are Project-savvy, or familiar with any similar computer-based gannt-chart program, I really encourage you to use it to make sure you don't end up realizing that the one next action you let slip an extra day was the one that utterly and irrevocably screws your critical path. If you aren't Project-savvy, it's probably not worth learning now, but keep your project support material handy so you can make sure each major piece of the move is on track to be done when it needs to be done.
Best of luck!