Maybe Conveyancing Later

If anyone ever got to making a league of procrastinators, I would be…hmm, not the leader, but maybe the treasurer, or something. I wouldn’t be expected to actually fulfil any role in particular, because that would go against my role as procrastinator supreme, and that would just be how it was in the league. Nothing would get done, meetings wouldn’t be planned, no one would EVER get round to writing a newsletter or planning activities, and alright…I can see why this never became a thing. It’s like a bunch of ginger groups organising a weekly meeting to discuss the benefits of the sun.

No, that’s not right. It’s like a bunch of property conveyancing professionals coming together to draft articles about the benefits of renting for life. I don’t want to assume the opinions of any of the conveyancers working in Melbourne, of course, because maybe a lot of them support renting for certain demographics. Just because you work at a fast food restaurant doesn’t mean you’re super into milkshakes and burgers, and so just because you’re a property conveyancer doesn’t mean you think everyone should buy, and not buying is NOT an option. Conveyancers are people, living in our people world, and in this world, people gotta rent. Buying homes is expensive, as conveyancers well know because they’re involved in the title transfers and all that other stuff that they do, probably. I don’t know, because the whole reason I’m writing this is because I need to pick up the phone and talk to a South East conveyancing professional about our upcoming move.

But I’m a procrastinator. If there’s one thing that scares me more than anything else, it’s all the paperwork and packing involved in moving house. That’s SO much work. I’m just going to hide on the internet and hope the wife never finds me.