Sometimes, it's hard to write about yourself in general. Or maybe you're planning a memoir about yourself but have no idea what to write. Here's my solution:
Write six words that describe anything about you.
It can be about your personality, your mental thought process, what you do for fun - basically anything you deem interesting about yourself. Then make those ideas fit within the six word frame.
Here's a list of examples that I have written about myself:
1. I'm searching for my wandering sanity.
2. Small moments lead to large futures.
3. Right top hat, wrong meat suit.
4. Three siblings, yet I am the king.
5. Moral of the story: Dads suck.
6. "R.I.P to my youth," tombstone quote.
7. Chained by anxiety, controlled by sadness.
8. "Bye, bye, bye," my theme song.
9. From wolf pack to lone wolf.
10. Extravagant minds and inner beauty wins.
11. Talking is boring, silence is interesting.
12. Seeing more widens the third eye.
13. Travel far and risk it all.
14. The dead is calling, pick up.
15. Laugh tracks blasted over Shakespearean tragedy.
16. The real world limits, not novels.
17. Pictures tell more than actual words.
18. Similar plants sprout in different paths.
19. Drunks are blind to their limits.
20. I'm not just a pit stop.
Now, try to make a couple about yourself to share an interesting story. Or, if you plan on writing a memoir for yourself, maybe just make each page into a six word memoir to intrigue those around you; this can also include your readers. Go have fun and try it out!