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Tellwut US Newsletter - 50 Exclusive Points - February 3 2022


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Our weekly winner of 4000 points for participating in external surveys is Syl38!

EVERY attempt to participate in a third party survey OR complete one, will give you an entry into a WEEKLY draw for 4,000 points! The more surveys you try, you more chances to win!

Stay tuned for Tellwut 2.0 which is launching soon! Due to this, we won't have a February promotion but you will have different opportunities this month to earn more points! January winners will be announced next week!

Survey Reveals Americans’ Biggest Financial Regrets & Successes of 2022

According to a Forbes Advisor poll conducted by OnePoll, which surveyed 2,000 respondents, Americans had a lot of financial regrets in

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Americans Cite Cost of Heathy Food as Biggest Barrier to a Heart-Healthy Diet

American diets are notoriously unhealthy, but why? According to a national Cleveland Clinic survey, the most common barrier to a healthier diet is that almost half of Americans (46%) view healthy food as being more expensive, while also citing a lack of time to prepare healthy meals (23%) and unfamiliarity with healthy ways of cooking (20%). Access to healthy food also can be an issue especially for minority communities. About one-fifth of Black Americans (20%) say it is hard for them to access stores that sell healthy food compared to 15% of White

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63% of young adults burned out — from being adults!

A new survey finds that the majority of Gen Zers and millennials (63%) claim they’re suffering from burnout because of all the adult responsibilities they now have on their plates. Moreover, a large portion of these young adults don’t even know how to carry out simple “adulting” tasks — like tying a tie or writing a check!

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3 in 4 travelers pick destinations based on food

Three in four Americans who have traveled in the last five years went for the food (74%), according to new research. A survey of 2,000 adults found that there’s still more to see — and eat. Respondents said that if they could visit any country based on their cuisine alone, they’d go to Italy, France, Spain and Japan. Seventy-four percent of those surveyed identify as “foodies” — someone who has a particular interest in food — more so than music lovers, bookworms, and

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