As a journalist, we obviously love a good quote, so I thought I'd start this week's offering with one which has really struck a chord with me throughout my brain-injury recovery.
I have googled its origin, but I have drawn a complete blank, so you'll have to see what you think.
It reads: "you can't know where you've going, until you know where you've been."
Anyway, the reason for the piece of "Will wisdom" is recently it was the third-year anniversary of this blog, so I thought I'd take a moment to just stop for a second, and reflect upon the last three years, since I shunted the world of my brain injury into your lives.
You may have noticed recently I married the love of my life, so it obviously goes without saying this was the biggest highlight of not only the last three years, but my entire life.
Don't worry, I won't be one of "those people" who brags about how amazing their big day was all of the time.
But it was.
My other highlights include the fact I'm driving again - when my wonderful wife will actually unleash me upon the world! She does cling onto the car door for dear life though whenever I'm driving us somewhere!
What this represents to me is it means the world is not so closed off to me anymore, with plenty of roads now open to me again - when once the world felt shut off to me at times.
I don't think I'm the only brain injury survivor who has felt like this.
Another huge positive is my work hours have also increased too.
I now work a full day in the office on Mondays, whereas before I used to get so tired when the clock struck 12pm and my three hours at work had come to an end.
As I have said before, my work have been really supportive towards me and managed my graded return to work really well.
I hope - if anything - people can see the media are not always how they often are portrayed.
Not everyone has been as lucky as me with their work being so supportive of them.
Another highlight to look back on, since my brain injury in 2013, is I have got to achieve another couple of dreams of mine by reporting on two more Rugby World Cups having covered matches in Leicester and Manchester for the 2015 Rugby World Cup and then at the Junior World Cup in this country earlier this year.
I think the image of my wonderful wife rounding the corner of The Manchester City Academy Stadium in her mighty Micra will forever stay with me, because it simply showed how much she has been there for me.
Hence why I married her - because she is amazing!
I love having this online journal because it gives me hope when I struggle to find any and reminds me of how fortunate I am am to be here today. If only we had know where we will end up while writing that first blog! I suppose that's life...