Murjani’s Miscellania Episode 1: Terri White


Hey everyone!

Apologies for the delay but it’s here! My 1st episode of Murjani’s Miscellania podcast! For this episode I interviewed a friend of mine, Terri White. Her goal is to travel to all 50 US states and DC by August 2016, and she blogs about her journey at You can read about the states that were covered, and the states that are up next. If you’ve got an interesting museum, activity or restaurant she should try in a state she’s yet to visit, please let her know.

Oh yeah, I found out which piece of highway I was able to see from my hotel in LA—it was the 110.

I hope you guys enjoy it. It was my 1st time recording and editing alone so apologies if it’s a bit rough. If you have some kudos and/or suggestions, leave word below.


The other day I was combing through a few of my old journals looking for random poems I’ve written. Sometimes I’ll be inspired in the middle of an entry and I’ll haul off and just write what’s in my mind. While looking for them, I started reading over the various entries when I was involved in my past relationships.

Let’s just say I wrote quite often when I was involved with those particular men.

Now a person could just sit and start tearing themselves down like Why didn’t I see it coming and What the hell was I thinking being involved with them? Now I’ll admit in the early stages when a relationship falls apart, I’ve asked myself the same questions. Sometimes you see or remember an ex and wonder just what the hell you were smoking when you’d decided to be with them.

Honestly, with each relationship I’ve had, I’ve learned a lot from. I’ve learned how to be better selective when dating, what I will and will not tolerate and just what it is that I want. I don’t know about you, but I’ve had the nasty habit of putting myself dead last in the past—under the guise of compromising—and it’s only been to my detriment. Now that I’m a bit older, I’ve become a bit wiser and a lot more awesome!

From time to time, I’ll share some verses I’ve penned—I’m proud of them. But I’d also like to hear from you. What have you learned from your past relationships and do you feel you’re a better person after your trial(s) by fire?