Running blogs within a blog...
... makes sense to me. Having one central place where my blogging activities can be found simplifies things for me. And that one central place is Roscoe's Story, my primary website. The screengrab seen above shows all three blogs as I currently have them running.
The larger, central column of my self-hosted WordPress website, which is actually a blog in its own right, now always includes a daily entry from my Standard Notes app. (see above screengrab.) Though I'm not running a pure Standard Notes blog on listed, I certainly could do so. And I do think of my “(logged and listed)” entries as blog posts, because that's what they are.
The left sidebar of Roscoe's Story shows links to the most recent posts to Roscoe's Notebook, which I think of as my “real” blog.
Over on the right sidebar of Roscoe's Story can be found the most recent entries to My Twitter timeline. Twitter is, of course, generally considered to be the original micro-blog. Though it's the only non open-source of all the blogging tools I use, and I do favor using #FOSS, it does fit more comfortably into my larger system than any alternatives.
And so the adventure continues.
Published on 22 September 2020, ~12:15 CDT, this is my post number 70/100/365 of the https://100daystooffload.com blogging challenge.