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My Autobiography With Creativity

Updated on September 14, 2017

Why write your autobiography creatively?

Autobiographies are usually boring to read if these are facts of unpopular people which we don't care about. So how could one drive others to read his autobiography? By writing creatively!

Here is my style of writing my autobiography with creativity. It will steer your mind up to think "what is she talking about?" as you read the lines one-by-one. Have fun doing your research as it gets more interesting as you read and don't stop trying to know what comes next. Enjoy!

My Autobiography

This is how I write my autobiography.

On the day after the Human Rights was celebrated on the 10th month of the Roman calendar in the year of Ox, I was born in a country that was colonized by Spaniards for more than three hundred years after it was discovered by a famous Portuguese explorer. My first name was named after a nun and my second name was named after Christ - but don't think that I behave like them. lol.. My dad and mom were a hard working couple who specializes tents out of tarpaulins and make babies seven times in eighteen years having one twin babies on their first. I grew up downtown in a city where my fave fruit Durian grows abundantly.

find out what's in my autobiography

When is my birthday?

From what country was I born?

How many are we in my family?

What rank did I gain after the military training?

What science course did I took up?

What were my job positions?

Which company did I work from on my 3rd job & 4th job?

Where am I now?

I played kindergarten and studied primary & secondary educations in a Chinese school well-known for boycotting a shopping mall because of tearing down our school canteen. hahaha..

In elementary, my favorite day was every Friday. You can see all girls wearing this green uniform would only sing and play in the classroom as a subject in school. Sometimes, we walk around the campus in two straight lines and get to see boys wearing their brown uniform. ehe.. When I was older, I was voted in-charged to monitor these activities for two younger level groups and was fairly awarded at the end of the year.

When I stepped high school, it was the most exciting part of my life. Having crushes, love team ups, courtship, prom night were the things that could really make you giggle. I can clearly remember my very first kiss when I joined the Preparatory Military Training back in junior high. lol.. I joined this training to be an officer for the next class resume and less expected that I'll be kissing someone that even the gays in our school were crazy about. I still made it to the training though - I became one of the first rank staffs with three gold plated round symbols awarded to me as my insignia.

...my autobiography

I took up and finished a bachelor's degree in the study and teaching of the theoretical foundations of information and computation in a respected university in my city.

My first job was a junior employee engaged in the development of network applications that run over HTTP protocol. I worked in another city where the twelveth ASEAN Summit was conducted.

My second job was a staff dealing with analysis of sets of interacting entities. I worked in the Geographical Information Systems Department of a light and power utility company in my home city.

My third job was writing, testing, debugging and maintaining detailed instructions that computers must follow to perform their functions. I worked in a well-known american company that exports fresh & packaged pineapples that was solely owned by Oprah's guest on her show last third of March.

And as for my present job, I am responsible for analyzing the business needs of clients to help identify business problems and propose solutions. I am currently working in a BPO company that was ranked top 20 in IAOP's Global Outsourcing 100 in the year 2008.

I may not be the cream of the crop in our class but I managed to pursue my dreams step by step which brought me now in the country where it was ruled by a boy who ascended the throne when he was just two years old and became an emperor in such a young age.

This is how my autobiography goes. I hope you enjoyed reading. Adios!

Tips on How to Write Your Autobiography

  • Stick on Facts. Make sure that your autobiography contains facts about yourself.
  • Talk of Events. Instead of describing yourself as gorgeously sexy, try telling your experience on how you won a beauty pageant.
  • Stay Humble. If you're an achiever, state it but don't exaggerate it.
  • Think Bubbly. Keep your story lively by telling on how you funnily stumbled over your crush so not to bore your readers.
  • Be Creative. Keep your readers wanting for more.

Start Writing Your Autobiography Creatively Now!

Start Writing Your Autobiography Creatively Now!
Start Writing Your Autobiography Creatively Now!

What do you think of My Autobiography? - all comments are welcome...

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    • Tricia Deed profile image

      Tricia Deed 

      5 years ago from Orlando, Florida

      I like your lenses. If your question is about "My autobiography"...I did read it, but to me it sounded more like a resume. But, I'll take it as an example for sticking with the facts.

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      blackbeltreader 

      5 years ago

      Thanks for the resources!

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      ShamanicShift 

      8 years ago

      I like your ideas! I am preparing to begin an autobiography lens. Thanks.

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      Nan 

      8 years ago from London, UK

      wonderfully informative, both about you and about writing a good autobiography. Angel blessings on you.

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      anonymous 

      9 years ago

      Yes i finally find out how o make it beautiful autobiograpy.tnx. i enjoyed a lot keep it up.hope there's so many readers to see this.i really like it!

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      anonymous 

      9 years ago

      Yes i finally find out how o make it beautiful autobiograpy.tnx. i enjoyed a lot keep it up.hope there's so many readers to see this.i really like it!

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      MatCauthon 

      9 years ago

      Very mysterious and funny...

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      anonymous 

      9 years ago

      kudos! very interesting autobiography...it kept me thinking the whole time that i was reading it...like i was trying to figure out names of people, places, events, things, and even job positions...haha! keep 'em coming! ^_^

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      anonymous 

      9 years ago

      great lens.. I had fun reading, which made me reminisce of my past and think of my own autobiography.. ;)

      looking forward for more interesting lens from you! goodluck!

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      alesxandrea 

      9 years ago

      wow! i really enjoyed reading your autobiography -- from the first letter to the last. And that's a record :) I usually find autobiographies BORING but yours tickles my mind. Keep it up! Hope to catch more lenses from you.

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