Everyone is saying great stuff! I have a bit of out-of-session advice.
What kills most parties are when you can’t do sessions for a while because someone is busy or away, then the next session just… never happens. Or when it does, everyone has forgotten what they were doing.
When I know when we will have long breaks, I switch to play-by-post. Last time, it was them all being arrested and interrogated separately. I told them not to discuss their individual “letters” with everyone, so that I could set up the classic prisoners dilemma. (Something you rarely can do in an actual session, without a pull-aside).
Now we’re in a part where they’ve killed every enemy in a temple, so they take turn asking questions to rescued prisoners or searching the temple, contributing to a common text document.
This way, people stay excited about the campaign, and the players keep in mind what their characters are doing.