Last week I reached the milestone of publishing the 100th post on my blog. It took me one and a half years of blogging to reach here. Though it came real slow but, still, it made me happy that I managed to stick around for so long.
I have a lot to thank for – my school friend and blogger Shweta for holding my hand in the beginning and helping me toddle in the world of blogging, my blogger friend Vinitha who supported and encouraged me through this long journey and all the readers who visited time and again and were generous enough to let me know whatever I was doing was not in vain. My heart is filled with gratitude.
Yesterday, I was discussing about my 100th post and my gratitude with my husband and he raised the topic of back-up.
He asked me, being the IT guy he is – “Do you take back-ups of the posts you write?”.
I wondered what back-up? Everything is online on wordpress then do I really have to think about this?
He mentioned “Suppose in this dynamic world wordpress decides to shut its business one day and without prior intimation then what will you do? Will you be okay with losing every story you have written with your heart about Dhruv and yourself?
I said no but taking back-up of 100 posts is going to take a lot of effort. Now what do I do, being the challenged self when it comes to technology? Copy-paste each post in MS word?
I am perplexed.
Do you take back-ups of your blog posts? Is there any other way you can suggest other than copy-pasting for taking back-ups?
Linking up with Microblog Mondays at Stirrup Queens.