However, three of the best moments of my life have also occurred at the same time - which have made it extra special.
Firstly - and most importantly - my incredible girlfriend Amy has agreed to become my wife later on this year, which is amazing, considering everything I have put her through.
As well as that, I have also achieved two of the highlights of my career as a rugby journalist.
Last year I got to report on two matches at Rugby World Cup 2015 - sitting next to my best man Nick at my hometown football club - Leicester City's King Power Stadium - covering Argentina against Tonga.
At the same tournament, I also reported on England's dead rubber against minnows Uruguay at The City Of Manchester Stadium.
During the match, my amazing fiancée drove up to Sheffield to spend the afternoon with her auntie, uncle and cousins, before then crossing back over the Pennines to pick me up on the way back to Gloucestershire.
Another career highlight of mine also occurred last Saturday, when I got to report on the Junior - or Under-20s - Rugby World Cup, again up in Manchester.
In total, that now takes my Rugby World Cup tally to three, after I travelled halfway across the globe to New Zealand in 2011 to attend it as a fan - visiting one of the guys I trained to be a journalist with - let's call him "A" - who was there working in Auckland.
He took me to one of the England pool games in the city and showed me all the Land Of The Long White Cloud had to offer.
You will see from my adventures, I have always been a fairly independent person, which is another element my brain injury has affected.
However, I really felt like I made big strides back towards my quest to achieve independence again on Saturday when I travelled up to Manchester all on my own!
Before my brain injury, a journey of this magnitude would not have daunted me.
Now, however, I feel as though I have had my sense of adventure slightly trimmed - for want of a better word!
The good news was though, I came through it all fine - and in my opinion - did a pretty good job!
I planned and executed the journey there completely on my own!
I got my match report done and sent over to the office not long after the final whistle - having also done plenty of Twitter updates throughout.
I also conducted a player interview which I got written up and sent over to the office again in plenty of time, with the day then perfectly rounded off by the sight of my beautiful fiancée's smiling face rounding the corner near the Manchester City Academy Stadium in her mighty Micra to pick me up!
A top day overall then as we returned home to Gloucestershire just after midnight!