How to make a Autobiography about myselfWhere can I do an autobiography about myself?
Cause I' m doing my autobiography - be yourself
I' ve had tens if not hundred of different notions and what could make them better known. So I wrote what I wanted and what I thought were interesting things I saw on-line and wrote a few words about them. There was little or nothing I knew about advertising in publicity or elsewhere.
Then I concentrated on learning everything I could about finances. This, combined with a diploma, I was able to submit to the grind of a day's work. Rescuing all this old work has given me a bench of half-slipped idea to fall back on, almost like when I write prompt, which mainly blocks or at least slightly disturbs authors.
I was not helpful in many relations back then that I knew I shouldn't have been there and that I worked (and got fired) on a job that I wasn't at all excited about. For this reason, my primary concern was to pay the rental and unfortunately the letter could not be in the foreground.
By some miracle I finally found myself in a work I could almost bear, at least enough not to resign or get canned. There was a renewed wish to make something inside. Usually I've had an idea of capturing a podscast and sorting a datingrat split, using text ads from my buddies as invocations and then reacting to them on my site.
I' ve made some and started to post. I' ve freed my site from almost all functions and concentrated only on typing and a few other little surprise-s. The autobiography of Malcolm X recently came to my attention and it immediately became clear. Unless otherwise stated, this is a written practice.
I write in chronological order, and when I make up for what happens now in my lifetime, it becomes a livemag. It is my way of creating something special and following a proven recipe. I use media to put my idea against the walls, to see what is sticking.
I am an artisan who uses typing to make and articulate. It is even more important that it is a place for my autobiography. If you are done, then try your hands at typing the great American novel or another thought in your mind.