I can tell just from the way you're writing that you're totally committed to your new therapy regimen and that you've already started using some of the language in your own words to describe your thinking and taken on some of the skills you have learned. That's such an impressive and important thing, especially after only two sessions!
Therapy is long, hard work, and the longer you do it for the less precious each individual sessions seems. As long as you are able to afford the number of sessions you need (a big if!), it's totally okay if some days are slow and others feel full of breakthroughs. It would be exhausting and even counterproductive if all our therapy sessions had us grappling with really tough stuff– some days it will feel like you haven't really done anything, and that's just as much a part of the process.
You say you're busy; that's good! Therapy is meant to help you get to a place where you can better deal with the other things in your life, not get in the way of it. It's good to be mindful of your partner's time but don't be afraid to ask for help if you need it. If the work can wait, let it, until you're ready to get back to it.
You're making big moves– give yourself some time for things to settle in, and really embrace to the extent that you can doing this truly good thing for yourself. You have done 90% of the work getting yourself the right resources, so it's important to give it time and space to work!