Big things are happening for former Bachelorette star Rachel Lindsay and her fiancé, Bryan Abasolo. She revealed exclusive details to Life & Style about packing up her life in Dallas to be with her man in Miami. Between a cross-country move and a wedding to plan, these two definitely have their hands full.

“I’m getting there,” the 33-year-old admitted on March 13 during WE tv’s Bridezillas Fashion Show in NYC to celebrate the season 12 premiere. “I was a work in progress. It was a little hard for me to say, ‘OK, I’m going to pick up and leave,’ but it just makes so much more sense.”

The lawyer explained that her hectic schedule makes it hard to maintain residences in both Texas and Florida. “Bryan has business in Miami. I’m always traveling. There’s no point to really be in Dallas anymore, other than family,” she divulged. The couple hilariously shared a few snaps of their moving pains on Instagram on March 26. “Pretty much sums up our moving day,” the starlet wrote on a photo of herself looking a bit … overwhelmed.

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The Bachelor Nation alum was definitely emotional about leaving behind her hometown. “Dallas I’m going to miss you so much … but I’ll always be reppin you,” she captioned a photo of herself looking glum on a stack of suitcases on her feed. Fans rallied to support the reality star as she starts an exciting new chapter in her life. “Good luck Rachel! Your new life with Bryan in Miami starts now!” one person commented. Someone else added, “You got this girl!”

The duo is set to tie the knot later this summer during a destination wedding so it’s great to see them kicking off their lives together already. The ESPN personality feels solid in her decision and gushed about how easy their transition was from reality TV to actual reality.

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“Everybody has their ups and downs, right? Like, have you met me? I’m a lawyer, I argue. But just the ease in which we went from the show to real life to moving in together to building a foundation to integrating our families, it was just so meant to be,” the Texas native dished. “That has been very, very refreshing. Like, you hope you made the right decision. You just don’t know and when you finish that show and accept the proposal, you feel it but when reality sets in.”

We’re so happy these two found each other. Good luck in Miami!