The Wellness Wire: How To Make A Twitter Cake, Top Affordable Gyms, and More

Part of staying healthy is staying in the know and keeping up to date on what’s going on in the world around us. If you’re on the go and still want to keep up with what’s trending, we’re here to help! Here are the top links of the day in bite-size pieces.

Top Affordable Gyms (via Well and Good)

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Joining a gym is a serious commitment for most people because no one wants to shell out a ton of cash as a newbie gym-goer. These top gyms are super affordable and allow you to start your soon-to-be gym addiction without emptying your bank account. This article from Well and Good even categorizes what types of people should join which gym. If you’re a meathead, Curves is definitely not the place for you.

How Money Changes The Way We Think and Behave (via Huffington Post)

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According to recent studies, money plays a huge role in how we think and act, so much so that it can alter our thoughts and actions. This article discusses how wealth can ‘cloud our moral judgement’ and even fuel or cause addiction. Maybe money can’t buy happiness (or sanity) after all.

7 Things You Didn’t Know About Marissa Mayer (via Mashable)


Marissa Mayer has been in Vogue and is a very well known CEO. A powerful woman, yes indeed, but there are also many things most people don’t know about her. She worked through the night with no sleep 250 times in her first five years working at Google. Marissa Mayer also dated the CEO at Google, and interviewed Lady Gaga. Pretty cool, huh?

How To Make A Twitter Cake (via Design Taxi)

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For anyone out there obsessed with social media, this is the cake for you! Made with white chocolate mousse and white chocolate creameux, this awesome Twitter cake is sure to impress any audience.

Connected Culture Could Be Bad For Your Health (via Mashable)

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Americans have less energy than ever- could social media and electronics be to blame? Many people admit that their smartphones are the first thing they check in the morning and the last thing they check at night. What happened to good old human interaction? Our smartphones may actually be sucking the life right out of us. Please, do yourself a favor and put down the phone. You can do it, I promise.

What was your favorite link of the day?



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