Before I forget about it, I want to mention that if you do anything that is not “plain vanilla” in your theme, it is a good idea to set up and use a child theme.
By “not plain vanilla” I mean things like separating posts onto multiple pages. To do this you need to modify a file of computer codes named home.php, and add another file of php code. These custom files may get overwritten or deleted if you update your style. But, if you separate them into a child them they will survive an update. (They may need to be modified if you change styles, but that will be easier than starting over.)
When I have a bit of time, and figure out a way to represent code in this theme, I will provide details about how to do it. For now, look here for the official description. Some example child theme files can be found on quirm.net.