This blog has become mostly personal essays introspecting on emotional and psychological themes. I have a very human habit of phrasing that introspection as advice— we teach what we most want to learn— and I don't want that to give the impression that I have these things figured out (or that I think I have these things figured out).
I most want to write when the topic is fresh and the insights are tender and new. That usually means there's been a shift toward resolution on the topic, but it also almost always means I haven't fully processed the topic emotionally. I think that is the most productive time for me and makes for the best writing. I want to be able to express myself honestly and unself-consciously, but I am self-conscious if I think people reading this might not know where I'm coming from. Rather than clutter up my writing with self-conscious caveats, I'm just going to express myself naturally and link this standard disclaimer in posts that could come off as didactic.
I edit posts after they were published to fix typos and to add content. If you are planning on quoting a post, you might want to capture the version you are looking at with wayback machine or screenshots. If for some reason you need a record of an older version of the post, you can comment asking for it and I can consult the version history and share it with you.