A question like "what techniques can I use to stay sane whilst building my world?" is incredibly broad. Stay sane in what regard? Without more context, that's the sort of question that, at the very least, needs not a world-building expert but a doctor or a psychiatrist to be answered, and the answer is likely to be heavily tailored toward the asker and as such unlikely to be useful to any future visitors. That makes the question a poor fit for the Stack Exchange model of Q&A.
Such a question should in my opinion be closed most likely as "too broad" or "primarily opinion-based", depending on specifics.
However, if the question can be posed in terms of something answerable, which relates to the process of world-building, then it would be on topic. Questions about how to arrange materials, keep track of the history of your world, and so on, have the specificity that the original question does not, and as such may very well be on topic (subject to other requirements). But your example has no information on which to base such a rewrite, which would essentially involve rewriting the entire question, so any edits to that effect would be pure guesswork. Such edits should likely be rejected, perhaps as "radical change".