#tcroadtrip continues with our next campground. This one is the final one before we head back the way we came. My partner and I are spending a couple days here to visit with her family. This has been the nicest campground yet, both in terms of weather and privacy.
#tcroadtrip At one of the more picturesque rest stops. Lake Erie in the distance, vineyards in the fore.
Travel day for #tcroadtrip to another campground. Stopped to indulge on some Little Caesar pizza (the most unhealthy of pizza) and enjoy a perfect day. Behind me is Lake Erie.
#tcroadtrip day 1 complete. We have the tent set up and got as far as putting our beds in when we decided to lie down. Biiiig mistake after being in a car for 6 hours.
You guys know this masterpiece from 2015?
Uptime Funk by @opensuse
I use GitHub to hold my drafts, because then I can copy/paste it to Hashnode (where my blog resides), and Dev.to - to get more exposure.
GitHub also has a Project feature that I use to keep track of the ideas and what I'm currently writing.
This is something I'm starting to do. But my ever-evolving process is:
1. I get an idea and let it swirl around in my brain.
2. Record it in some fashion, most likely in the notebook I carry around.
2a. When I get to a computer, I create a GitHub issue in the repo that stores my posts.
3. I make a branch from the issue and create a draft.
4. I make a number of passes at it.
5. Once I'm satisfied, I'll create a Pull Request, and my partner will read and edit.
6. After edits, post.
@ru at a high level, my process consists of the following:
1) I get an idea and add a draft title to either my note taking app (Standard Notes) or a quick draft in WP.
2) I then take the draft title and flesh it out into a few bullets containing the main point of the article.
3) If at this point I’m happy, I write a draft. If I’m not happy, I ditch it.
4) Once the draft is done I leave it for a day or two, then come back to it and edit it.
5) I publish.
@ryan I love that place! It’s been a bit since I went there but the nostalgia is real as soon as I step through the door.
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