Author Archives: Heather Jacobsen

About Heather Jacobsen

Researcher, author and founder of the online wellness magazine, Stuffed Pepper.

I’m on Instagram!

So I’m a little embarrassed that I haven’t updated this blog in, ahem, almost 3 years to the day! What can I say?  I’m a harried mom of two young kids, and when they aren’t keeping me busy, and my … Continue reading

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Yum! (Part 2): Restaurant Photography

Last month, I wrote about how I started my new Gluten-Free Foodie blog, and with that a new genre — food photography. Well last week I had the opportunity to test out my new genre on location. I was really … Continue reading

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Yum! (my latest genre, food photography)

I have just launched a new blog called Gluten-Free Foodie, because I have been gluten-free for nearly a decade and have noticed that the culinary world around me has changed drastically in the last year. The number of gluten-free options … Continue reading

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Greetings from Rocky Mountain National Park

This has been an action-packed summer, which is why I have not had much time for blogging. I apologize for some of the long silences. However, the kids are starting school soon (a few days a week), and I have … Continue reading

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Bloedel Reserve

I decided to post a few more images from Bloedel Reserve. If you ever in the Seattle area, a trip to Bainbridge Island and the Reserve are well worth a day trip. The forest and gardens are lovely… …the moss … Continue reading

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Holy oxalis, Robin!

I just returned from a trip to the Pacific Northwest, where we were blessed with a break from the Houston heat, at least for a couple of days, until even the greater Seattle area experienced at least one 90 degree … Continue reading

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Luke’s Easter portrait session

Of course, I couldn’t post pictures of Ava on Easter, without sharing the best images of Luke’s photo session as well. He is also a master at facial expression. Must have to do with constantly having a camera shoved in … Continue reading

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a spoon & a plastic egg, what more could I hope for?

Here Ava looks quite happy, her eyes are a little more open than in the shot that I posted last Tuesday, and both of her socks are now off (as opposed to one on and one off)…. but the other … Continue reading

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One sock on, one sock off

Here, Ava looks so innocent and wondrous. I love her expression. But at first I hated that I did not take off the one sock. For consistency in the image. In retrospect, however, I decided that I like it there. … Continue reading

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Ava expresses joy at the contents of her Easter basket

Ok. So I am a little behind at posting this image from two months ago. Its a little difficult sometimes trying to launch a photography career while also taking care of a three-year-old and one-year-old. But I still wanted to … Continue reading

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