I know you didn’t ask for it, but I’m going to give you some advice nonetheless. But because my advice is unsolicited, you may feel free to completely ignore it.
Everyone has his or her own preferred way of organizing things. I pretty much follow the haphazard methodology. But I must point out that there is a right way and a wrong way to organize comments on your posts.
Okay, I know this is a real nit, but comments on your posts should appear in chronological order, with the oldest comments at the top and the newer ones below them. Otherwise, how can you expect anyone to follow the logical sequence of the comment threads when the latest comment appears first?
It simply doesn’t make sense to have the newest comments appear at the top of your comments section. That’s like making a kid take a calculus class in school before learning basic arithmetic. It’s like starting with the last chapter of a book and working your way back until you get to the first. It’s like…well, you get it, right?
It’s just nonsensical. It’s bass-ackwards.
But the good news is that you can rectify this matter quite simply in WordPress. Go to Settings, then to Discussion, and then set the comments order to “display older comments at the top of each page,” as shown in the image below. Easy peasy.
Don’t be upside down and backwards. Do it now!
Or not. It’s your blog.