*get round to* (something) (or ‘get around to’)
Definition: to do something after a long delay because you were too busy, reluctant or lazy to do it earlier.
E.g.1: By the time she got round to applying for the job, it was too late – they had given it to someone else.
E.g.2: He had lived in the house for 15 years but had never got round to decorating it.
This phrasal verb cannot be separated.