The way I work with my blog is that I write down a number of unfinished notes. Eventually I get around to finish them, and when I do I usually finish a bunch of blog entries at the same time.
This is why the emacs org-mode based o-blog blogging system works well for me.
Since org-mode changes frequently it can lead to technical problems though. This time around my old articles didn't compile properly, because they used obsolete syntax.
To find all the problems I used 'org-lint' which is a fairly new command to check your org syntax. The command discovered lots of errors like:
12957 low Misplaced planning info line
These errors resulted in the articles being published in the wrong date.
I also had a lot of articles with undefined source type for BEGIN_SRC.
These were also easy fixable.
Overall, o-blog moves at a slower pace then org mode. o-blog is also kind of quirky at times. The pros still outweigh the cons though!