Here’s a little how to:
Add the e-mail subscriptions widget to your blog Log out of WordPress to make sure it doesn’t recognize your existing WordPress account. Log in to Evernote and copy you Evernote e-mail address from the settings page Surf to your own blog and subscribe with your Evernote mail address. As usual when signing up for something on the internet you’ll need to confirm that the e-mail address you provided is really yours by clicking on an activation link. In this case the mail is sent to Evernote. It will be automatically converted to a new note by their services.Choose daily or weekly schedule. Corrections made after publishing your post might not be included in the copy sent to Evernote when selecting the “immediate” schedule. More details under “settings”:All posts will be automatically forwarded to Evernote and converted to notes.
I’m keeping them in a separate notebook as you can see. As far as I know there’s are no “inbox rules” that you can create to do that automatically for you, so you need to do some drag & drop now and then.
WordPress.com & Evernote; Better Together?
Note: WordPress (both *.com & *.org) offer you the ability to export.backup your entire blog to an XML file
While you can use it to restore your entire blog, it’s not a human readable format. So it’s not a solution for quick access to some of your old content.