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Heather Dessinger  Real food blogger. Wife and mama. And potamus... Obviously.


Testing apple cinnamon muffins. Not quite there yet but pretty close!

Serving up this paleo “cornbread” with butter and a little honey for lunch today. Although my family does occasionally eat some grains, this grain-free version is so satisfying that I that I don’t even miss regular cornbread. Posted the recipe on the blog this morning :)

Bought some cod recently that was so tough it made jerky seem as soft as chewy caramels, so I had to find a creative way to use it. Turns out, if you run it through the food processor it works beautifully as the “crab” in my crabcake recipe.

Biohack #5 at the #bulletproof conference with @wellnessmama - hyperbaric oxygen therapy (swipe to see more)

Biohack #3 at the #bulletproof conference with @wellnessmama - 40 Years of Zen (alpha brain wave training). They put electrodes on your scalp and tell you that you'll hear a pleasant gong sound when your brain achieves alpha. No other instructions, your brain just has to figure out how to do it. Loved it.

Look who we found! Lauren of @empoweredsustenance and @meo_energetics

Biohack #2 at the #bulletproof conference with @wellnessmama - red light therapy

Grabbing coffee with @wellnessmama before the Bulletproof Conference. We've made it our mission to visit as many booths as possible and try all the #biohacking things

We are visiting close friends at the shore this weekend and making so many memories. My daughter caught this hermit crab and named her Crabriella, haha! 💕

Hunting for ghost crabs 🦀

Just made up a bunch of beeswax candles for fall! They're very easy to make (MUCH easier than they look) and smell like honey - and essential oils if you add them - when they're lit. You can google mommypotamus beeswax candles for a step by step tutorial :)

Last week was my son's birthday, and during the celebration my mom and daughter suggested that we try a new tradition. Everyone wrote down something they love about our guest of honor . . . including my three-yearl-old, who needed help. :) We tossed all the paper into a bowl, then my son read them aloud and tried to guess who had written it. He loved it and so did we! Thought I would pass the idea along in case you want to try it, too.

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