I spend most of yesterday and most of today sorting through paperwork. The damn stuff breeds like rabbits. I have a drawer where everything that is important but does not need action gets shoved in, and when the drawer doesn't close anymore, it's sort-the-paperwork time.
I reduced the heap by nearly five centimetres, and as an aside noticed that I had done some stupid things five years ago which will, I hope, stay without consequences. Should know better then believing a word any salesperson who earns commissions says. Do know better, but sometimes I'm too slow or underprepared.
The good thing is, apart from there being space in the drawer again, I have all my tax paperwork in order now.
ETA, Wednesday: Yesterday I found that to give one sheet of paper to some office, you need to make an appointment. Someone should introduce these guys to this new invention called a "letterbox". I am now trying to decide if I have some more questions which would make it worth making an appointment, or if I should send the paper by mail (instead of just dropping it off on the way to work), hoping that the mailman has an appointment with them.