On hold at home:
We haven't had any home maintenance services that require close contact with the people who provide them. They will be postponed or possibly skipped until we feel better about people being inside our house, even if we are all thoroughly masked.
I also have some voluntary, but much needed medical procedures that are scheduled soon. One's been scheduled 3 times. As Covid cases wax and wane and wax again where we live, I can imagine more changes with those.
Although I hope they can be done sooner rather than later, I can also imagine a scenario where the accomplishment of those house and personal maintenance things could coincide with the ability to travel again safely.
Which brings me to the packing "on hold" environment of this question.
I lost so much weight for positive medical reasons between August 2019 and Spring 2020, that none of my clothes still fit. The people who shop the Goodwill closest to us got the benefit of that.
I started building back my wardrobe with clothes specifically bought for my scheduled Best of Ireland in 14 days RS tour in May. What I got was geared toward rainy and cold Ireland. Ooops!
Needless to say, about 80% of those garments are not appropriate for southern AZ. Especially this year with temperatures consistently at or near 3 digits and on-target to be the 2nd driest monsoon season on record.
Eddie Bauer, always a favorite with me, started having great sales in early spring, so I started taking advantage of them. I'd gone down 2+ sizes and almost nothing was wearable in public. Much of what I've gotten consists of smaller replacements for what I had to give away.
I'm a person who rarely buys any clothing at full retail and who always thinks about how a garment will work for travel when I buy it. I mean, how could I resist a pair of pants that are lightweight, dry quickly, will work on a trip or at home, fit well and cost 25% or less than the original price?
I've been gradually wearing those new clothes in travel rehearsal mode. These days that doesn't happen very often, but it is a good thing to get through travel withdrawals. So those new things aren't exactly on hold.
Full disclosure: My closet has always been more like a river than a lake. Purging it is not an emotional thing for me. If I shop wisely, it's also not very expensive.