I've got four kids, so I plan ahead. I have to book flights far in advance, look at accommodation, where it is, what you can and can't do. Same in running.
I was running sub-13 minutes for 5,000 when I was still coached by Alan Storey, and I won double gold at the Europeans in 2010.
To be knighted, that would be amazing. I remember Alex Ferguson from Man Utd got it and Steve Redgrave - to be in the same category as them is amazing.
There's a time in everyone's career where you go, 'Ah, this is hard - how long am I going to have to do this?' But the rewards are so great. Who gets to go on the podium and hear the national anthem? The whole nation singing! Money can't buy you that.
The only medication that I am on, I am on asthma, and I have had that since I was a child. That's just a normal use.
There's Kenyan guys who last year or two years ago were running for Kenya, and then they switched to Qatar and Bahrain and other countries. Yes, I do have a problem with that.
I said to myself, 'I don't want to be coming sixth or seventh, and being the best in Britain. I want to be the best in the world and race against these Kenyan guys.'
I don't know much about politics, but you have to look at it with the bigger picture and think what's best for us now, what's best for us in 10 years' time, what's best for our kids' kids' future - and I don't know.
You try and help something, and later on it bites you, so it's a hard decision, but as a country, as a nation, people need our help.
In America... it's not divided, but with Trump now, it's like you are asking for trouble. We wouldn't dare to say any of the things he is saying in our country and get away with it. It's just... blasphemy.
If your body needs certain food, you have to give it to it. And as an athlete, if I'm doing 100 miles a week and working out, if I eat bad food one day, it's not bad for me because I burn it off.
Bolt put the Mobot on the map, to be honest with you! He's just an amazing guy.
If I am lining up for a race, and I know there is someone there who cheats, it upsets me.
I wasn't a fighting kid or a causing-trouble kid. I was just one of those cheeky, crazy kids running around.
The public do get behind me, and I love the crowd. When I'm ever in London, they give me massive support - the Anniversary Games, the cheers; they are always nice to me.
I think the way I am, the way I'm chilled out, has a lot to do with being Muslim and having faith.
I remember, in 1999, the first time I met Steve Cram, I didn't know who he was. It was only later, on YouTube, I started watching Seb Coe, Ovett. So it's nice to be recognised as one of the best guys in the world.
I go through a lot of painful things. There are sessions when I will be on my back afterwards, crawling.
I've got such a sweet tooth. I do miss the U.K. where you get sticky toffee pudding or custard, all that.
As an athlete you want to be able to choose something that you haven't already achieved. Is it different distances, or do you come back and defend your titles? It depends what your coach says.