As anything else, there are pros and cons. Most don't need it in their blog. I didn't need it at first. Then it happened. Probably just the compulsive in me. Tags should be sufficient enough. But I treat this blog as my work table and the obvious separation calms me. Hopefully it helps all you guys too.
The menu Read Me above is an example of Navigational Menu. Especially great for those who have multi sub-menu. It increase user friendliness, if it's descriptive enough. Just make sure it's in the regular place -- up top, more to the left or middle. Don't try something else, it's unique, but it doesn't help.
Put the most important one first, then contact the last. The middle part reserved for the least important, in this blog, about author.
Since this blog is hosted by weebly, the choice for navigational menu could be found when in editor mode, within PAGES. Make a new one or click on a specific page then check the option "Make a Navigational Menu". This will be your home page. This page then will be the one people see once they type your main web address. Make it inviting, make it about your blog, make it a welcoming gate that invites people to explore. Make it you.
I will add more, if and when this blog move to different host, in a distant future.
Anything to add? Please share. For now, I will leave you with a reflection.
Ah, if it is as easy as flipping a compass out. As if reading a compass is easy. As easy as settling a battle of opinion that incites the small dendrites and neurons firing at each other. Perhaps it is easier for some. I am not that fortunate. Though the shame of struggling never immobilizes me, frustration always leave tiny indentation of rage. Waves of information, towered over my small stature. Still I am in the eye of the storm. It is all there, the one that I seek. Swirling around with fear of misunderstanding that prevents me to reach out. Millions of tiny data that seems to be too random to figured out, begin to call. Glimmers of ideas tickling my overloaded pulse. I am too blind to see. Beyond the command lay down a simple explanation. Thus I find my answer. This is me, seeking the meaning of it. A simple sentence made up four to six words—readable lettering that too easy for me to believe, finally explains everything. I figured might as well to document it. Surely I will need it again in the future.