Maybe an idea to make the dissemination a bit more creative, ambitious, interesting.
Within the rationale section, rather that citing sections from my blog, it would be more interesting to link to relevant parts of blog posts to emphasise or support particular ideas.
What I would do is, at the outset, explain that as this is partly reflective, I will link to relevant parts of my blog.
I would then use hyperlinks from relevant parts of the discussion to link to particular blog posts. Within these posts, the relevant text could be highlighted.
This means I would spend less time talking reflectively within the rationale itself.
The reader thus has the choice to approach this as a conventional rationale, or if they prefer (and time allows), they can alternately look at it as more of a reflective account, interweaved with reference to the literature and the data.
Perhaps on some occasions the links would actually go directly to images, again hosted on blog posts.
A technical consideration: if I do opt to follow this approach, perhaps the blog should become part of the appendix. Or maybe the appendix should be the blog? Actually, this would work quite well. I would explain that I don't want the blog to be seen as part of my argument, but instead it is useful supplementary information not suitable within the main presentation of ideas and discussion.
Another technical consideration: this blog is housed with my own website. I don't expect it's possible to transfer a blog from one site to another (and I don't want the visitor looking at this site). Maybe by copying the whole site the blog will copy as well? I need to try this out. I could then build and entirely new site, beginning with the copy of the james858499 site.