I've tried to make this website fairly easy to navigate. For example, there are only five main pages. You'll find those at the top of the website in the menu bar. Home is the beginning. News is where you'll find links to pages mainly news related. Curio is where I put all my pages of various items of curiosity. Archival is for all the stuff I try to archive. And finally site map, is supposed to be a simple layout of the entire website.
If you start to get lost in one of the blog pages, with article after article, just click on one of these main pages to come back to the surface.
I've recently added a feature to hopefully aid in the navigation of all these pages and articles and whatnot.
You'll notice at the bottom of most pages a couple of links.
Hopefully they're pretty self-explanatory. The first link is to quickly go back to the top of the page you're on, a very nice feature for some of these pages that get rather lengthy.
The second link is to go back home to the previous page that lead you here.
Each blog post has a set of similar links that the bottom.
Only the return link takes you back to the main blog page you started from.
Not a major accomplishment in the grand scheme of website design, but hopefully a helpful feature nonetheless.