Sorting, Segregating and Reminiscing


Today’s Task in Writing 201 tells us to create a space on our blog that’s dedicated solely to bringing the best of our old archives to the fore so that readers can have an assorted collection of posts at their disposal.

Its a pretty awesome idea, especially to forge an almost instant bond with first time viewers. It is essentially a peek into your brain. It shows how you and your writing has grown over time. It breaks the ice.

I realise that, paired with the About page, this page could be instrumental to really make readers know us. Know and understand who we are.

So check out the page here. I’m calling it Upturned Archives and I’ve chosen the posts that I’m most proud of and I’ve tried to cover multiple categories and genres that I’ve written about so far.

Published by Jai Vyas

20 year old, Indian, blogger, avid reader, Manchester United FC follower, movie and TV show nut, among other seemingly random stuff. Has a fierce interest in psychology and behaviour, is a bit of a lazy perfectionist who noticed the oxymoron but decided to leave it up, likes clouds and the little things in life.

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