To give you the context, let's say you are moving house. Packing stuff is a difficult job as well as moving them to the new place. In my mother language, if I translate it word by word, we say:
Packing in one side, moving in the other side.
Which means not only packing but also moving is difficult. This can be extended to more than two tasks, for example we can go on and say:
...Unpacking is in another side.
Now my question is whether there is a similar pattern in informal English?