In archival science studies, personal archives is a relatively unexplored field. In particular, it is difficult to find a way for ordinary individuals to organize an archive for themselves. This study suggests how individuals organize archives for themselves and suggests life memory composition as a way to utilize them. For the structure and metadata design of life-time narratives archives, this study refers to Narratologie studies and memory studies of psychology, which are combined with the concept of hierarchy and collectivity of archives. In addition, the plot concept of the narrative was proposed to form a life narrative, which was used as a tool to construct one’s own life narrative. Research into the composition and utilization of these life-time narrative archives may be helpful when individuals want to create archives for themselves in the future.