Does anyone know if there is a way to store the commit log of your
local changes before pushing remotely?

Often I'm working on a project with changes to let's say 50 files. And
for each file, I commit that file with a description specific to that
change. So eventually I will have 50 commits all with different
messages. But if I'm not ready to push those commits to the server
then I would like to save them.

If I do a stash, I lose my entire commit tree and have to recommit all
of those files again with all those messages.

Again, this is only for working from a central repo.
Thanks,

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