An update on my journey towards a sustainable Jekyll publishing setup.

Photo by Ilya Pavlov / Unsplash

This week, I experimented with some markdown editors, with the goal of finding one that makes composing & publishing easy. I ultimately settled on Sublime Text.

This offered me a good opportunity to better learn the tool, so I next configured a Sublime Text Project, which lets me easily-reload my website's files & Jekyll gem configurations without digging around in macOS Finder or the CLI.

From there, I learned about the awesome Sublime-Jekyll package, which extends Sublime Text with a bunch of quick commands. No more cutting-and-pasting blog post templates!

I even figured out how to link to other posts using the Jekyll syntax noted in this article.

As I declared earlier, here’s to an efficient and cheap 2024!