I still find it amazing that there are 2,644 blog posts on my personal site. If one includes all the other blogs that I have written for (on 10C and off), then there would be over 3000 posts written since October 2006. While this isn't anywhere near 1 post per day, it's a heck of a lot more than most other people I know.
Mind you, I probably would have written more posts by now if I still used WordPress. I created Noteworthy (and later 10C) because I was tired of dealing with WP issues. What resulted was me investing thousands of hours into a personal project that has taken time away from blogging 🙄
Of course, one of the bigger reasons I created Noteworthy was because I wanted to have a better way to write blog posts. Evernote was a pretty decent tool back in 2010~2012, and their iOS client rocked. So I used to write blog posts in Evernote on iOS (an iPod Touch) while out and about for the day job. When I got home, I'd copy from Evernote into WordPress, add some tags, then hit publish. Noteworthy cut that process out by syncing with the Evernote API and pulling in any new notes that were in a given notebook (or removing posts that were removed from the notebook).
Those were simpler times …