2 Natural Sweeteners You’ll Love

textgram_1502232859[1]It’s hard to find a natural sweetener that taste good, dissolves easily, healthy and doesn’t have a horrible after taste. There are so many so called alternative ‘sweeteners’ on the market that promise they are the best. Yeah right! I’m here to tell you about 2 natural sweeteners that doesn’t need help to be delicious! They are safe to use as much as you like, naturally created by Mother nature itself and can be used in countless ways! How do I know this? I’ve been using these 2 ingredients since I’ve started my meatless journey close to a year ago! I use them for like everything sweet!

What’s the first natural sweetener that has nothing to do with the addictive sugar cane or its deadly alternatives?



Agave Nectar is the best of the best of the best when it comes to a sugar substitute! In my home, we substitute it for everything! We use it on…

Pancakes and waffles, steel oats & grits, tea, coffee, sweet sauces, lemonade, etc. We use Agave in everything! I no longer by syrup, sugar or anything that isn’t going to benefit our heath.

The 2nd natural sweetener is ORGANIC DRIED DATES!


Dates are so delicious and are great to add sweetness to desserts, smoothies, ice cream, oatmeal or whatever else you like sweet! Unlike Agave Nectar, dates look similar to prunes. They also have a huge seed right in the center that can’t be chewed or swallowed. After removing the seeds from this fruit, it can be chopped up and added to whatever you like! It can also be shredded in a blender. I love to add this to our home made banana ice cream, and home made smoothies! This fruit is so sweet and actually has a nutty flavor. If you haven’t tried this natural fruit, you must give it a try!

So why would I recommend these two foods over everything for sweetness? These two are still natural! Most of our foods aren’t food. They cause harm our temples unlike foods that are grown and prepared in their natural state.



Cherish Both Life & Death


crocus-6179It was a very special day for my family. My sister gave birth to my niece at approximately 6:30am this morning.  It was an emotional time for us even though I wasn’t there in the hospital room with her physically. I was able to offer her the support she needed delivering her first baby. My sister and I have been bonding during her pregnancy and patching up lose ends in our relationship. It’s been such a blessing to be by her side during this precious time. Our family history is priceless and will be explained in a later post :-).

Recently, I learned of a death which was connected with my sons. My sons lost their uncle in a tragic event. This was a really sad and disturbing time for us. Gun violence to the innocent is so common in America. This is what took his life. It was painful explaining to my sons that they will not see their uncle again in this life. It’s been a few years since they’ve seen him, but children remember connecting with the ones they love. Most of our family reside on the outskirts of Chicago, but in these times of high crime and innocent blood shed, we keep our distance. My sons would speak of him and his aunts often, because they remember the impact on their lives.


We all have a clear understanding that we have to leave this human life when it’s time. However, losing a loved one hurts and quite often we’re left without an explanation. Death follows life in a cycle to renew and replenish. The humans who have once walked this earth have made an impact. It’s up to our Creator to judge their path. When souls are taken at a young age, I believe these spirits have fulfilled their purpose according to God’s plan.

Cherishing both life and death is like enjoying the change in seasons. With fall and winter, the weather is colder, the leaves turn colors, and the trees become naked. Depending on where you may live, it will snow and freeze the ground and trees. Nights become longer and days shorter. However, look at spring and summer and how everything replenishes. The leaves grow back on the trees, the grass is green again, flowers blossom beautifully, and the weather becomes warmer. Days becomes longer and nights shorter. This cycle is beautiful and is amazing in it’s own way. The loved ones we have lost lives within all of us.


The Gap Between The Old & New YOU


We all have friends right? It seems like some friendships will never end, but everything has its season. I lost my best friend six years ago. We were also first cousins. I always had friends, but our relationship was never ending until the day she was taken. When I think back on our relationship, she was definitely out of this world with her way of thinking. The information we’re learning now about our world, she was already there and educating others along the way. Since we were children, our relationship was always beyond the basics. We spent many chats talking about science theories, our future selves, girl talk, encouraging one another, and spirituality greater than the Baptist religion we both were raised to believe. This is just to name a few conversations we would have. My cousin and I connected on many levels, because we were both open-minded. Our mission was to always strive to be better spirits.

My reason for mentioning my best friend is because so many people will never know what it’s like to have a priceless friendship. This is simply, because we live in a society where it’s more important to chase our failing financial system. This illusion is causing us to abuse the priceless positive acts that create love and abundance. It would allow us to become more united. Just imagine how advance our world would be if we focused on everything outside of the court systems, religion, television and social media, viral Facebook and YouTube videos, celebrity gossip, designer clothes and shoes, luxury cars, and everything else that wan’t serving us. Just imagine how conscious we would be.

Recently, I connected with friends I was close with before I left Nevada four and a half years ago. I can honestly say my journey was worth it! I no longer have a relationship with these “friends” because we have very little to nothing in common. Think about it. I left Nevada after residing for nine years. I was seeking a better way of life for myself and my children. We were doing pretty good before we left. Lived in a great neighborhood in Henderson, NV, my sons were in good schools and day cares, and I was a Cosmetologist who worked 60 hours a week. Some may think, why would you let everything go? To answer this question, I was seeking a better way of life. This better way of life was to work less hours, connect with my sons and cherish my precious time. I was tired of going with the waves and wanted to do something different. Some of my accomplishments has been our awake mindset, connecting with others globally,  and starting businesses where I work from home.

In our travels, I was able to connect with countless personalities. My children and I have seen so much and have grown tremendously over the years. When reconnecting with friends from my past, it’s been awkward, because I’m known as a Cosmetologist who “do hair.” Everyone I know and come in contact with are learning the new “Nisha.” This gap in my life has caused me to end seasons with some that I’ve kept in touch with over the years. I notice how I’ve grown and see many people have stayed the same over these years. This created a gap in mindset. When I say the same, I mean their mindset of handling life is the same. You know, all of that typical stuff like complaining about jobs, employees, family members, gossiping about friends and every pity party you can think of in between.

I’ve taken time to grow and develop a tougher skin. My journey has been priceless and one I will never regret. It’s one of those seasons where I’m attracting kindred spirits who are on the same mission which is an abundance of blessings and love. It’s also about the lifestyle, motherhood at it’s best, spirituality, faith, patience, and humbleness. It’s not about having one foot in society’s expectations and the other in the conscious realm. Nor it is about priding oneself on getting a break from the kids who cause so much distress, because they aren’t in school at that moment. It’s not about looking for a way out without creating the path. With a mind on this level, there’s no room for being stagnant. It doesn’t matter about the “American Dream” of having the finer materialistic things in life. It’s definitely about working on some of the best ways to become a better and new YOU!

There’s absolutely nothing wrong with ending seasons that aren’t serving you. We all have a road we must take. It’s best taking this road alone to find the best path for you and not old friendships that are stuck and happy being who they are.

Crystals & The Beauty of The Journey!


How do you know you’re on the right path in life? The Universe will send signs! This is beyond amazing and here’s why!

Last night, I introduced my sons to Crystals through a Spirit Science series on YouTube (you can watch it here). An acquaintance told me about Crystals a while back and I watched these same videos. After looking at these informative animations, I just knew this would number 1, catch my sons attention and 2, really spark their interest in Crystals! I was right! We began looking into Crystal stores in our area immediately.

Today, My youngest had a field trip to the Hoover Dam where he received this special gift! He received a Quartz Crystal which is very powerful and holds significant value! He was so excited, because we were just talking about this last night. Yes, this manifested very quickly!  It was definitely a sign from our creator.

If you’re unfamiliar with Crystals, they are a part of earth and holds a frequency that gives off energy through priceless acts of love and positivity. They are also used as a guide to help us find our true path in life. There are multiple kinds of crystals in all different shapes and colors. They all have different meanings that can help us at some point in our lives. There are natural ways to recharge them as well. Plus a Crystal can come in your life at the perfect time of need. These elements have been here since the beginning of time.

If you’re curious about Crystals and how they work, make sure to check out the video link in this posts. Wishing you an abundance of blessings!

My Favorite Season & It’s My Birthday! Libra life: simple yet priceless :)

cake-366346_1920Today is my Birthday!  I’m so grateful, blessed and know I’m not finished on this journey. My sons & significant other surprised me with beautiful decorations all over our home, birthday cards that were expressed beautifully and we had ice cream and cake! I haven’t had the ice cream and cake combination for my birthday in many years.  It was definitely a special day for me :-).


October is my favorite month of the entire year! My birthday is the first reason, I LOVE 80’s horror films which usually are available the entire month for Halloween, and watching the seasons change from hot to cool is a natural high for me! I enjoy watching the leaves change colors, wearing closed toe shoes and letting the wind blow through my hair. It’s a really awesome! This is my favorite time of the year for these 3 reasons! Happy fall to you all and have a beautiful day!

Growing Together (Mother & Sons)

With my schedule, it’s not always easy spending quality time with my sons. I get caught in front of the lap top, in my phone, running errands, doing chores around our home, etc. It’s easy to forget to actually stop and spend real time with them. I’ve been working hard at closing the lap top, going on walks, taking trips to both the park & pool to watch them have a great time. It’s helping us grow closer together.

We spent the early afternoon at the Springs Reserve to an Open House for their online school. It was awesome, because I was able to get questions answered and met their teachers!

After having a great time with the staff at their new school, we went to the mall and did a little shopping! After the mall, no one was ready to go home, so we went to M&M world on the strip! I’ve lived in Vegas for years and never been to this 4 level superstore. It was quite an amazing experience for us! We spent a lot of time laughing, burned lots of calories walking and created awesome memories together!

Becoming a parent is a true gift from God! As parents, we’re never too old or too advanced to still learn and grow with our children.

Do You Want To Have Your Little Ones Close in Age? Read this (According To a Single Mother)

I’ll start by saying my sons mean the world to me. Every sacrifice I’ve made in motherhood was and still is to create a life I never had, but also positioning myself to raise conscious children. My goal has been to be in their lives more and I’m grateful that I’ve been able to accomplish this. I became a single mother when my oldest son, Jordan was 2 and my youngest, Jt was about 8 months. It was tough, but it’s either you sink or swim in the real world kids or not.  I just knew I never wanted my children to be raised with me barely ever being in their lives. At the time, I was only 23 and didn’t have a clue of how I would survive. Nevertheless, I worked hard, succeeded, failed, got back up and succeeded again. It’s a part of the journey. Some people are afraid to fail and hinder themselves. It’s about understanding who we are and making sacrifices to become stronger. To never give up on the life we deserve.

If I could go back and change one thing as a mother, I would take back having my children so close in age. My boys are 2 years and 3 months and some days apart. To some this might be a good age, but as a single parent, it wasn’t the best decision. I love the relationship my sons have and always have, but when they are so close in age, I’ve learned that one tends to grow up a little faster than the other. When a child is born, they should enjoy being a child. They should be able to get their parents’ love and affection whenever they need it or when they want it. When babies are born so close in age, the oldest baby has no choice but to be a little stronger, a little more mature and understanding. When I think back, it was unfair, because when children are brought into this world, they didn’t ask for it. It’s a decision the parent made. So is it fair to the child? Of course not.

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Left Jordan @3 years old, Right Jt @1 year old @Millennium Park, Chicago, IL

When this happens, the oldest child is left out. It doesn’t mean that this baby is loved less. It just means that it’s challenging trying to balance between a toddler and infant. We know infants are more needy, and toddlers are a little more independent. But when they are in these stages, no matter the age, I realized they need all of their parents love, affection, shared moments and happiness. No child likes feeling as if they aren’t as important as their sibling.

How was I able to overcome this downfall and fix it? I began spending time with my oldest when his little brother was napping. I spent quality time with my son. We laughed, played with his toys, tucked him in more often, and did exactly what I needed to do to get to know him better. I also created a life around my sons. I knew I needed to make a living, so I worked opportunities into our lives. To this day, my youngest is very bold and have no problem sitting in my lap, crawling in my bed and shows the world that he adores his mother. Every sacrifice I’ve made was to create the life we have today. Today, I can spend time with my sons. If I needed to work, I can take them with me. If I couldn’t take them, I’ll be away for a few hours versus the 8-12 hour work days.

Whether you are single mother or not, the first 7 years of a child’s life are the most important. It will determine who they will be for the rest of their lives. Position yourself cherish life with the ones you love.