Now what this involves is doing something either for the first time ever or doing something I've never done before.
So in order to keep this blog fresh and interesting I am going to start "vlogging" - which is essentially a video blog.
I was completely unfamiliar with these until I met Amy as she is a big blog fan - regularly watching them - normally on food. I must say I am not massively comfortable with this sort of thing - as I am a journalist - we prefer to be writing about other people, not being the focus ourselves. So this months courage is definitely more of a joint effort!
But, as I have said before, I want to shine more light and focus on brain injuries and the effects they have on people and their loved ones.
So why vlog? For Amy and I it was about recording memories. I can't rely on my own so why not have a space on the internet where I can store all my memories. This started as the blog but having a video feels even more like an online memory shelf. For me as well as our family and friends. I have already watched it many times over and love how these short snippets jog my own slow memory.
Therefore, when we recently went away with Amy's family, she was constantly poking her camera in all of our faces to make a short film - which was a lovely idea - despite my sarcasm.
What turned out was a really lovely film - and clearly shows my wonderful fiancée has another talented string to add to her already burgeoning bow.
Here it is, hope you like it.