March 05 2020
I do find coincidence on what you're saying. I personally don't blog that often (or if at all) The thinking of having to conform to "conventional" practices and adhere to certain style creates a bit of anxiety in me. What if what I'm writing is seems boring? What if my grammar is terrible? What if the content is all over the place?
Fortunately I came across this blog manuelmoreale.com which is is a great source of inspiration for a different type social media content. Way simpler, no SEO goals, personal.
I also can relate to the "graveyard" folder situation. Many projects started and never finished because of lack of time and/or lack of definition of a MVP.
So, as a way of applying what I've learned in IH about creating and MVP and keep it minimum I created a clone of manuelmorale.com blog, but this one could be edited in situ. Unfortunately I also wanted to experiment with "extreme" serverlessness and the editor only runs locally and publishes the generated static site, so no online demo, only the final output: https://oscarryz.now.sh/
So that's my MVP for the same goal as yours, create something for myself.
I'm sorry if I'm just talking about myself. What I meant to say with all of this, is yes! I like your idea and I'm myself going to keep exploring on these different ways to do things.