Me and my girlfriend have been long distance for 6 months, I’m finally moving down in 2 weeks and I’m getting in my own head?

We’ve been dating for about a year and a half, this is by far the best relationship I’ve ever been in, whenever we are together it’s great. Our only fights have been over us trying to work out long distance and her moving and when I would move.

I had to wait to move because of my job, we were going through a massive lay off and reorg, and I was scared about bringing up working remote until that all cleared up. I got approval about 1.5 months ago and now we’ve been planning the move.

We have talked about marriage, and planning our life. Lately she’s been extremely busy with work and she is also a dancer and goes to classes, and since she is in a new city with no friends, she has been going to these dances a lot. I am so happy she is making friends and getting out.

But I keep getting in my own head, because she is going out more and been really busy with work, she’s been a bit more distant in the last week or two, and it’s been really stressing me out. I do not want to bring it up because I don’t want to be controlling and I know I’m just getting in my own head about it since it’s such a big move and we’ve been waiting for this for so long. Have any of you dealt with this? How did you get over these feelings that your partner is losing interest despite little evidence they are? Like sure, she isn’t responding as much, but she still responds a lot. It’s just not as enthusiastic as it usually is. We try to talk on the phone multiple times per week. I think I just miss her and I feel like I’m missing out on so much by not being there.
Me and my girlfriend have been long distance for 6 months, I’m finally moving down in 2 weeks and I’m getting in my own head?
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