As long as it was a URI within your existing domain, it wouldn’t be too difficult; however, I really don’t see the point. Most “maintenance” on a WordPress blog takes minutes, and the CSS can be easily tried locally. It is also very trendy to develop in public nowadays.
You only have 1 post on your blog, so I can’t imagine it is going to be that big a deal to have a little bit of disruption.
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