An autobiography is a literary recollection of a person’s life, starting from when he was born until the time of his/her death.
Sometimes the autobiography does not have to end in death, especially if the person is alive.
You are the narrator and therefore you should refer to yourself in the first person.
Include all your details, from real name, date of birth, number of siblings, where you grew up, parents etc. Then, the body should include the crucial events in your life in a successive manner. I was born on 17 March, 1983 in Lexington, Kentucky, where I lived until the time I went to college in another state.
All the girlish clothes my mother bought for me, I had them piled in the closet and completely forgot about them.
When we went to the stores to buy clothes, I would be with my brothers at the boys’ section.
I had to be tough as my brothers or I would have been toppled by their naturally aggressive nature.
Not that we were a dysfunctional family, it was just normal sibling rivalry and it turned to be of benefit to me.
The girls were scared of my tough persona, while the boys felt intimidated by my confidence and competitive nature.
My wardrobe was full of my brothers’ clothes that they had outgrown.