One of the shortcomings on the Ghost Blogging platform is the absence of a photo gallery. In WordPress, one can easily add photos to a gallery and later select those photos for a blog posting.
To get around the absence of similar gallery for Ghost Blogging, I suggest that you set up a draft post that is called "Gallery." This post never gets published. Instead, this draft post is used as a gallery. You simply load whatever photos you may want to this "Gallery."
Then when you're writing a blog post, you open the gallery in another tab and easily skim through the "Gallery," copying the photos that you need.
I also suggest using another draft post for "Snippets." There you can keep track of the different snippets that you may reuse in different blog postings. This can be some
code or other block of texts that might be needed one day.
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