There aren’t many people who would disagree that this year has been an odd one. For me it has been both the longest and shortest year of my life. I have been fortunate that my job was considered essential and ensured I had financial security.

To have one less source…


August was a step in the right direction.

Things overall are still pretty bad in Australia when it comes to coronavirus and so forth. Still staying safe and self isolating for my own safety. Anyway, let’s continue my series of Life Reboot posts.

For anyone who has stumbled across this…


July has gone far better for me then June did.

Things in the world are still pretty crappy, even here in Australia. Coronavirus had a massive additional outbreak in the state of Victoria to the point that 400–500 cases a day is the current norm. …


I skipped May’s post because I didn’t feel well enough or like I’d accomplished enough to do an update. May sucked. June’s even worse if you’re following everything happening in the USA.

But for the moment, it’s time for me to continue my series of Life Reboot posts.

For anyone…


I feel like I closed my eyes for just a couple seconds on April 1st, and when I opened them it was April 30th. This month just flew by in a blur. …


March certainly has been a challenging month. Turning 28 was surprisingly enjoyable thanks to my friends. But with certain virus related global events shutting down most of modern society, that will begin to impact many of my goals for this year to some extent.

But I can adapt my plans…


It only feels like yesterday that I wrote the introduction post to the 2020 Life Reboot series of blog posts. …


In 2017 I was inspired by Wil Wheaton’s decision to reboot his life and partake in healthier life choices. From July-December 2017, I would evaluate my progress in a monthly blog post. It worked quite well and for the most part I was happier with my creative output and accomplishments…


It’s hard to believe the 2010s are over. This decade went by so much quicker compared to the 2000s.

I turned 18 at the start of the decade, so this decade was my introduction to the chaotic landscape that is adulthood. My late teens and most of my twenties have…


I’ve learnt alot of painful lessons, especially over the past fifteen years. This post is not only a reminder for me of my most painful lessons, and may even help people not make the mistakes I did. To quote Victor from Critical Role, “LEARN FROM MY MISTAKES!”

People have lives…

Damasca Ramza

Writer, D&D player/DM and gamer wearing a mantle of cynicism and snark.

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