There's several places that I write that aren't as obvious. I spend quite a lot of time writing and curating howtoegghead.com. I also write a lot of emails that go out on the egghead newsletter.
And then there are the walled gardens like Paper, Notion, Slack, and Basecamp that are private by default and meant to be for internal company use.
In 2019, I stumbled into the idea of treating this space like a digital garden, but less like the walled garden and more like a community garden.
Seriously. The idea of a "blog" needs to get over itself. Everybody is treating writing as a "content marketing strategy" and using it to "build a personal brand" which leads to the fundamental flawed idea that everything you post has to be polished to perfection and ready to be consumed.
Instead my approach now is to publish my thoughts more freely with less premeditation. Particularly in this space, which is mine, for me, by me.