How to Write a Cute Bio


One way to make yourself approachable is to write a cute biography. A biography is a summary of a person's life or history. It can be focused on a small portion of the individual's life such as the person's work history or it can be a sweeping document which covers every important aspect of a person's life. Today, biographies are used on social media sites, as well as blogs and as a way to promote a person or business.

  • Read other biographies. Browse bios in books about authors and artists, as well as online at Twitter, Facebook and professional websites. Reading a variety of biographies will give you ideas on how a biography can be worded and on the facts you should include.

  • Decide how long the biography will be and how you plan to use it. A biography for a social media site must be short and to the point; it should be no more than three sentences in length. If the biography is for a school project or memoir, it will be longer and more detailed. The information included in the bio must be pertinent to the reason you are writing it. If you are writing an author bio include the author's name, when the author became interested in writing, the author's writing quirks and any awards the author won.

  • Use words like "amuse," "delight," "bubbly," "kittens," "tickle," "playful," "drizzle" and "hug" to impart a light and playful tone to the bio. Intersperse the words within the bio. For example, "Susan delights in hugging her hubby and drizzling chocolate syrup on ice cream."

  • Compile the information in an organized way and decide if the bio will be in first or third person. List the facts in chronological order. The person's name, education, job history and likes and dislikes. Remember, first person makes the bio sound personal, while third person sounds like a person discussing another individual's life.

  • Write the bio, proof it, read it out loud and tweak it so it flows. Make sure you haven't forgotten to use proper punctuation and verify all words are correctly spelled.


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