I pulled out Jekyll because it is really easy and low maintenance for putting up a website. I threw it together and wrote my blog post. You can read it here.
Since then I have continued blogging, owned my microblogging by posting my thoughts to my site first, and twitter (and more recently micro.blog) second. I have enjoyed experimenting with tracking my location, checkins, and what I watch, eat and drink.
It’s been a fun journey, and I have lots more I want to do and look into, and plenty more blog-related thoughts. In fact, I have a pretty large blog post idea that I’ve been ruminating on for the past week or two, that I hope to write out soon.
I have to say, after years of playing on and off with my own personal website, this past year has been extremely satisfying, and I don’t think my website is going away anytime soon.