Today when looking at my drafts to see if there was an old post, I could edit, update, etc., and then post. Because like others, I have old posts I got most of the way there and then never posted them or forgot about them.
When I got near the end of the list of drafts, I found a post about “Progress About ‘Places to Eat’ Web Application” (future posts). I already had old content about the 10K Apart contest and places to eat that I recommend. Along with starting a newsletter, etc., that I ended up writing called “Looking to Start a Newsletter of Places to Eat.” The old one had much more detail.
The old one needed a bit of finishing/updating and was almost 1,300 words. So I broke it into two posts for now that I can use later. Since I recently talked about these subjects. It will be better to post them after doing some research on starting a newsletter platform to use. Or at least which one to use when first starting.
Look at Your Old Posts First
So please look at all your drafts before starting a new blog post. You might even want to read some of them to see if the content is similar to what you wanted to talk about that day.
Here’s to finishing up old blog posts and getting them out in the world or deleting ones you don’t want anymore.