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WorkCover paperworkQuite a pile hey? I’m impressed myself, it’s alot of documentation! In actual fact my husband has to pull these out when we need some ‘reference’ because they’re so heavy.  And there’s so much more correspondence that I’ve received via email too, haven’t printed that off! One day I’m going to make a great, big collage out of this pile (Eureka!). Thought about the bonfire but doesn’t work in this case. It’s something that needs to be seen to be believed. To be honest I look at it and admire my survival tactics.

Oh sorry, got carried away, you don’t know what this is? Oh come on, take a stab! A life time of bills? Bank statements over the last 20 years? What could possibly need five folders and cost a few trees? Why on earth would I have to document anything this much, what would terrify me, cause me to watch my back, leave me feeling I need to record to this extent, who can I distrust this much?

It’s my WorkCover related paperwork of course…  well most of it, since March 1, 2007. It roughly works out to one folder per year.

 

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