Personal Narrative: My Cultural Identity

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Do I know who I am? Am I who I think I am? What makes me, me.? There’s a lot to know, and still so much more to explore and learn about myself. There are three main aspects about my life, that symbolizes who I am as a person. My cultural identity is based upon values, appearance and my life itself. I love who I am, and who I am becoming. My happiness and intelligence is what makes me stand out from others. I’ve always put my best foot forward and make the best decisions for myself. I am half Indian, Caucasian, European & Mexican on my mom’s side of the family. On my dad’s, I am Half Jamaican on my dad’s side of the family. Both of my parents taught me different ways around life and what is expected of me. But the three things that sums up my cultural identity are food, fashion, and family traditions. Food is a big aspect in my cultural. I love food. I want to travel the world one day just to try something new. Food is what makes my family close. When there are special holidays dinners or just supper with my family. My family has one main dish they cook every year around the holidays that only my Grandma makes. She makes the meanest oreo cream pie. Every year she makes them around Christmas for dinner.…show more content…
All the women in my family love to shop. We spend more money on clothes then we do on anything. We love keeping on the latest shoes and clothing that comes out. My mom has always dressed me at my best. Showing great hygiene and style about myself. I love dressing up and even wearing clothes that are different. Even love switching it up sometimes makes me love fashion ever more. Designers such as H&M, American Apparel and also Charlotte Russe too. It separates, me from different people and expressing my personality through my own unique style I call my own! With having my own style. I , Do think that makes me more confident as a person. But more importantly, standing out from others, and making me who I am today and so

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