I've now added an RSS feed. Or rather, I've re-added the RSS feed.
Weebly blogs automatically come with RSS feeds and other stuff in the sidebar. I deleted that option along with a bunch of other things that were there by default because I wanted to have complete control over my sidebar, and I didn't know what an RSS feed was even for. So I removed it.
After doing some research for something else I do, I found out that some sites allow users to feed-sync their external blog to their account. So I decided to look up what RSS feeds were for and decided it was a fairly poor choice to erase that option to begin with.
Apparently you're supposed to be able to use them to more easily keep track of a blog by subscribing to them. Though it has the side effect of making it easier for people to hate-follow me, I'm also aware that hate-followers are the most loyal of followers and most regular of visitors, and I'm sure I have at least one or two of those, considering an SJW once linked my blog, driving my traffic up to 200 unique visitors per week for two whole weeks, and ever since then, my regular unique visits per week has remained above 10. (So accidentally helpful, those hate-followers!)
It should also be handy for those who don't feel like navigating directly to my blog just to see every post, but still want to keep track of my projects. Not sure how helpful having an RSS feed will be, but hopefully some people actually know how to use it (because I sorta don't) and hopefully those who do know how to use it do end up finding it handy.