And I'll have neat folder and subfolders, that are not really ordered by any chronology but by types and subtypes of situations. The file names are names for the specific situations like first_time_fronting_at_work.txt. They contain only bullet points with apparent structure whatsoever, but I find my way around.
No imagine you want to remember something, but you weren't fronting or co-conscious at that time. Gotos and Lilly kinda have similiar structures, but still the details of their structures differ. And my structure is just totally different.
Essentially, instead of knowing immediately where to look, you have to search through a bunch of files and hope you find the one containing the memory you need.
Obviously they way I described our individual style of organizing these files are made up. Memories are not just text files and I do think I have some sort of structure to my memories. But as an analogy, this works reasonably well, I think.