Happy Sunday! As always, Links We Love brings you our favorite health and fitness information from around the web. This week, we're looking at technology and creatvity, from artistic desserts to messy desks. We want to spread the love and share kickass content in the wellness world, and here are our picks:

Health Apps: Are They Really Good For You?
We can log our meals, train for a 5K, and track our sleep. But what information are we giving up in the process? Find out some of the dangers of health apps, and how to use this technology safely. (via Learnvest)

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What a Messy Desk Says About You
Our coworker in the cubicle next door might not appreciate the overflow of papers and takeout containers, but science says those who work in disorganized environments are more likely to think creatively. (via the Well Blog)

Photographer Makes Amazing Desserts Inspired by Famous Artists
For those of us who say sprinkling their cereal with strawberries counts as “artistic,” think again. New York photographer Sarah Anne Ward creates desserts that resemble the work of famous artists (and still look mouthwatering). (via Grubstreet)

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How to Use Mind Maps to Unleash Your Brain's Creativity and Potential
Jotting notes on a legal pad is so old school. Instead try “mind-mapping,” a technique that involves drawing pictures and diagrams to think faster and learn better. (via Lifehacker)

How Biofeedback Can Train Your Brain to Think Smarter, Better, Faster
It’s the latest fashion craze: Attaching a bunch of wires to our heads. By hooking the brain up to an electroencephalogram (EEG) machine, a process known as biofeedback, we can manage stress and anxiety and boost cognitive function. (via Fox News)

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