A year ago, I wrote:
Instead of keeping substantial tabs open until I have read all of them, or losing them in the jungle of browser bookmarks, I have written a script that collects them into a file per month, and turns them into markdown files for my blog.
That script turned out to be quirky and overengineered, so much so that I stopped using it myself.
I've now rethought my approach, and downscaled it: instead of saving a copy of each page locally, I can blog a reference to https://archive.org or https://archive.is. I do not need to autogenerate a description from the site itself.
As long as I'll remember to rebuild the site 3 weeks from now, a new post should automagically appear in my blog.