• How amazing is Serena Williams? As you know, Serena announced this week that she is pregnant. That means that Serena, who is 20 weeks pregnant, won the Australian Open on January 28th … while carrying a child! (Cosmo)         
  • Love those Swedish meatballs at IKEA? Well, good news … the company is thinking about opening up some standalone restaurants. (Cosmo)          
  • Speaking of IKEA … A $2,145 tote bag – the Balenciaga Arena Extra-Large Shopping Tote – is going viral for its uncanny resemblance to the 99-cent shopping bags at Ikea. It has even drawn the attention of IKEA, which released a statement saying, “Nothing beats the versatility of a great big blue bag!” (UPI)         
  • Researchers in Scotland have found that being creative or funny helps make average-looking men more attractive to women. The study also found that the opposite isn’t true. In fact, witty “average-looking” women are less desirable to men. “Creative women with less attractive faces seem to be perhaps penalized in some way,” said lead researcher Christopher Watkins, a psychologist at Abertay University. (News.com.au)                 
  • So Unicorn Frappuccino hair is now a thing … Starbucks baristas everywhere are cursing corporate for putting the Unicorn Frappuccino on the menu – because everyone is ordering it and it’s apparently a pain to make. But this fad isn’t going anywhere for a while. Unicorn everything is incredibly popular, and now Unicorn Frappuccino hair is making the rounds on Instagram. Picture bright pink hair fading into purple, then blue, then purple again, and back to pink. If you aren’t afraid of bold colors, it’s certainly very pretty, and if the Frappuccino reviews are anything to go by, the hairstyle looks way better than the drink tastes! (Pop Sugar)              
  • A recent poll revealed why Millennials choose between the popular dating apps Bumble and Tinder. According to the study, Millennials say Bumble users are looking for dates, while Tinder users are looking for hookups. Regardless, Tinder has generated more than nine billion matches to date! (Bustle)         
  • There’s a reason it’s so easy to plow through a big bag of chips while watching TV. Salty snacks can be dangerously addictive, and a new study published in The Journal of Clinical Investigation reveals that it’s more than the snack's taste that makes us binge. According to the research, the more salt we ingest, the more water we retain, which may leave us still feeling hungry after a snack binge. (Mentalfloss)         
  • An Earth-like planet orbiting a small, cool star not far from our sun could be the best candidate so far for detecting life. The rocky planet, which was recently discovered, is about six times the mass of Earth and orbits a mere 40 light years away. (Buzzfeed)