For anyone interested, this static website was generated via Jekyll, using a HTML5 UP template, which I turned into a jekyll theme. The code for this website is in a git repo, as all code should always be, in this case it’s stored on GitHub, since they offer free private storage, and that is where my public code is already. This theme is one of my public repos on github.
In my professional life, I have always had separate development and production servers, even if it meant having to set up a development server for projects that previously didn’t have one. In my personal life, in the past I used to write directly on the production server in vim, and a majority of that was via my phone. Nowadays, this website is hosted on DigitalOcean’s App Platform, so updating it is as simple as pushing a commit on the git repo.