Excellent observations and another reason to stick to writing on the blog:
The case for consistency – Herbert Lui
On its own, consistency isn’t a particularly magical virtue; your work won’t magically improve on its own just because you show up every day. Deliberate practice and improving taste are still crucial parts of the practice.
Rather, as a structure, consistency tends to build something of a keystone habit. If you commit to writing every day, you also train your brain to start noticing ideas and patterns, to make observations, and to communicate them more quickly and concisely.