Trifextra : week seventy six : Brewed , Filtered Flow

Sack of coffee beans with french press

I write about many things – things that happened in past, recent past, that year, yesterday or this morning ; things that I don’t throw away because they are precious ; things that I collect everyday from my journey ; things that I want to change slowly or rapidly.

Nothing of the current events is on this blog. I let my thoughts brew for sometime and then I filter the clear ones to words . I love clarity . I love when perspectives can be connected with just two dots . I want words to be simple and sensible.

Trifextra wants us to sum up our own writing process with just three little words. Here it is :


Yes, I check that before clicking the “publish” button.

Author: Archita

Musings about life and photography.

18 thoughts on “Trifextra : week seventy six : Brewed , Filtered Flow”

  1. Thank you for stopping by from blogspot.:) And that’s my checklist out of fear..:D..some day, I will be brave enough not to make sense anymore:)

  2. Thank you for your creation. It was my first entry and I am going to be pretty regular .

    I am going to remember your words.:) Thank you for the visit .:)

  3. Yup. I once told someone that I just write the thing that makes the most sense to me. I describe it the way it felt, as much as possible. Sounds like you’re in a similar boat. Thanks for linking up.

  4. Yay! I am successful.:) Thank you, Barbara for the visit and the comment. 🙂 It was my first entry to trifecta.:)

  5. Tom ,Thank you for stopping by and leaving these wonderful words. I really appreciate it. You are right , search for meaning is something that drives us to think everyday. 🙂

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