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Where in the World Are… These Guilty Pleasures From?

Where in the World Are… These Guilty Pleasures From?



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Think you can guess where this week’s travel photo comes from?

This week’s travel photo comes from a very warm place on our own shores. They’re served late at night on the street to passersby (read: folks stumbling out of nightclubs). And while mouthwateringly delicious, they make everyone who eats them feel guilt-ridden come morning. Put your guesses in the comments below or on Facebook, and check back next Friday for the big reveal.

We’re also ready to reveal last week’s mystery photo… These sweet, powdered candies come from the street markets in Istanbul! (Many of you were right on the money.)

Think you have a great travel food photo that could stump us all? Upload it to Flickr (and tag us at The Daily Meal) and if it’s really tough, we’ll post it in a story like this one.

(Photo courtesy of Flickr/Angie安姬)


These guilty pleasures help benefits leaders maintain their mental health during the pandemic

If there’s anything the pandemic has taught us, it’s that guilty pleasures can double as lifelines when the going gets tough.

Remote work has become the new normal and more than 60% of employees say they are burned out, according to a recent survey by Blind. As such, it's increasingly more important for workers to find new and creative ways to offset stress.

While there are several steps companies can take to lift employee morale — such as modifying work expectations, encouraging a work/life balance and scheduling regular check ins — employees should also feel encouraged to find and treat themselves to activities they enjoy.

Each year, Employee Benefit News and Employee Benefit Adviser highlights a group of standout individuals who are new to the benefits space. This year’s group of Rising Stars are distinguished young professionals who have demonstrated an outstanding commitment to tackling wellness, healthcare and other benefit offerings with new perspectives, while also navigating the COVID-19 crisis.

These Rising Stars know how important it is to prioritize mental health. They’ve shared the guilty pleasures they’ve enjoyed during the pandemic and how those little treats are helping them navigate the challenges of the pandemic.


These guilty pleasures help benefits leaders maintain their mental health during the pandemic

If there’s anything the pandemic has taught us, it’s that guilty pleasures can double as lifelines when the going gets tough.

Remote work has become the new normal and more than 60% of employees say they are burned out, according to a recent survey by Blind. As such, it's increasingly more important for workers to find new and creative ways to offset stress.

While there are several steps companies can take to lift employee morale — such as modifying work expectations, encouraging a work/life balance and scheduling regular check ins — employees should also feel encouraged to find and treat themselves to activities they enjoy.

Each year, Employee Benefit News and Employee Benefit Adviser highlights a group of standout individuals who are new to the benefits space. This year’s group of Rising Stars are distinguished young professionals who have demonstrated an outstanding commitment to tackling wellness, healthcare and other benefit offerings with new perspectives, while also navigating the COVID-19 crisis.

These Rising Stars know how important it is to prioritize mental health. They’ve shared the guilty pleasures they’ve enjoyed during the pandemic and how those little treats are helping them navigate the challenges of the pandemic.


These guilty pleasures help benefits leaders maintain their mental health during the pandemic

If there’s anything the pandemic has taught us, it’s that guilty pleasures can double as lifelines when the going gets tough.

Remote work has become the new normal and more than 60% of employees say they are burned out, according to a recent survey by Blind. As such, it's increasingly more important for workers to find new and creative ways to offset stress.

While there are several steps companies can take to lift employee morale — such as modifying work expectations, encouraging a work/life balance and scheduling regular check ins — employees should also feel encouraged to find and treat themselves to activities they enjoy.

Each year, Employee Benefit News and Employee Benefit Adviser highlights a group of standout individuals who are new to the benefits space. This year’s group of Rising Stars are distinguished young professionals who have demonstrated an outstanding commitment to tackling wellness, healthcare and other benefit offerings with new perspectives, while also navigating the COVID-19 crisis.

These Rising Stars know how important it is to prioritize mental health. They’ve shared the guilty pleasures they’ve enjoyed during the pandemic and how those little treats are helping them navigate the challenges of the pandemic.


These guilty pleasures help benefits leaders maintain their mental health during the pandemic

If there’s anything the pandemic has taught us, it’s that guilty pleasures can double as lifelines when the going gets tough.

Remote work has become the new normal and more than 60% of employees say they are burned out, according to a recent survey by Blind. As such, it's increasingly more important for workers to find new and creative ways to offset stress.

While there are several steps companies can take to lift employee morale — such as modifying work expectations, encouraging a work/life balance and scheduling regular check ins — employees should also feel encouraged to find and treat themselves to activities they enjoy.

Each year, Employee Benefit News and Employee Benefit Adviser highlights a group of standout individuals who are new to the benefits space. This year’s group of Rising Stars are distinguished young professionals who have demonstrated an outstanding commitment to tackling wellness, healthcare and other benefit offerings with new perspectives, while also navigating the COVID-19 crisis.

These Rising Stars know how important it is to prioritize mental health. They’ve shared the guilty pleasures they’ve enjoyed during the pandemic and how those little treats are helping them navigate the challenges of the pandemic.


These guilty pleasures help benefits leaders maintain their mental health during the pandemic

If there’s anything the pandemic has taught us, it’s that guilty pleasures can double as lifelines when the going gets tough.

Remote work has become the new normal and more than 60% of employees say they are burned out, according to a recent survey by Blind. As such, it's increasingly more important for workers to find new and creative ways to offset stress.

While there are several steps companies can take to lift employee morale — such as modifying work expectations, encouraging a work/life balance and scheduling regular check ins — employees should also feel encouraged to find and treat themselves to activities they enjoy.

Each year, Employee Benefit News and Employee Benefit Adviser highlights a group of standout individuals who are new to the benefits space. This year’s group of Rising Stars are distinguished young professionals who have demonstrated an outstanding commitment to tackling wellness, healthcare and other benefit offerings with new perspectives, while also navigating the COVID-19 crisis.

These Rising Stars know how important it is to prioritize mental health. They’ve shared the guilty pleasures they’ve enjoyed during the pandemic and how those little treats are helping them navigate the challenges of the pandemic.


These guilty pleasures help benefits leaders maintain their mental health during the pandemic

If there’s anything the pandemic has taught us, it’s that guilty pleasures can double as lifelines when the going gets tough.

Remote work has become the new normal and more than 60% of employees say they are burned out, according to a recent survey by Blind. As such, it's increasingly more important for workers to find new and creative ways to offset stress.

While there are several steps companies can take to lift employee morale — such as modifying work expectations, encouraging a work/life balance and scheduling regular check ins — employees should also feel encouraged to find and treat themselves to activities they enjoy.

Each year, Employee Benefit News and Employee Benefit Adviser highlights a group of standout individuals who are new to the benefits space. This year’s group of Rising Stars are distinguished young professionals who have demonstrated an outstanding commitment to tackling wellness, healthcare and other benefit offerings with new perspectives, while also navigating the COVID-19 crisis.

These Rising Stars know how important it is to prioritize mental health. They’ve shared the guilty pleasures they’ve enjoyed during the pandemic and how those little treats are helping them navigate the challenges of the pandemic.


These guilty pleasures help benefits leaders maintain their mental health during the pandemic

If there’s anything the pandemic has taught us, it’s that guilty pleasures can double as lifelines when the going gets tough.

Remote work has become the new normal and more than 60% of employees say they are burned out, according to a recent survey by Blind. As such, it's increasingly more important for workers to find new and creative ways to offset stress.

While there are several steps companies can take to lift employee morale — such as modifying work expectations, encouraging a work/life balance and scheduling regular check ins — employees should also feel encouraged to find and treat themselves to activities they enjoy.

Each year, Employee Benefit News and Employee Benefit Adviser highlights a group of standout individuals who are new to the benefits space. This year’s group of Rising Stars are distinguished young professionals who have demonstrated an outstanding commitment to tackling wellness, healthcare and other benefit offerings with new perspectives, while also navigating the COVID-19 crisis.

These Rising Stars know how important it is to prioritize mental health. They’ve shared the guilty pleasures they’ve enjoyed during the pandemic and how those little treats are helping them navigate the challenges of the pandemic.


These guilty pleasures help benefits leaders maintain their mental health during the pandemic

If there’s anything the pandemic has taught us, it’s that guilty pleasures can double as lifelines when the going gets tough.

Remote work has become the new normal and more than 60% of employees say they are burned out, according to a recent survey by Blind. As such, it's increasingly more important for workers to find new and creative ways to offset stress.

While there are several steps companies can take to lift employee morale — such as modifying work expectations, encouraging a work/life balance and scheduling regular check ins — employees should also feel encouraged to find and treat themselves to activities they enjoy.

Each year, Employee Benefit News and Employee Benefit Adviser highlights a group of standout individuals who are new to the benefits space. This year’s group of Rising Stars are distinguished young professionals who have demonstrated an outstanding commitment to tackling wellness, healthcare and other benefit offerings with new perspectives, while also navigating the COVID-19 crisis.

These Rising Stars know how important it is to prioritize mental health. They’ve shared the guilty pleasures they’ve enjoyed during the pandemic and how those little treats are helping them navigate the challenges of the pandemic.


These guilty pleasures help benefits leaders maintain their mental health during the pandemic

If there’s anything the pandemic has taught us, it’s that guilty pleasures can double as lifelines when the going gets tough.

Remote work has become the new normal and more than 60% of employees say they are burned out, according to a recent survey by Blind. As such, it's increasingly more important for workers to find new and creative ways to offset stress.

While there are several steps companies can take to lift employee morale — such as modifying work expectations, encouraging a work/life balance and scheduling regular check ins — employees should also feel encouraged to find and treat themselves to activities they enjoy.

Each year, Employee Benefit News and Employee Benefit Adviser highlights a group of standout individuals who are new to the benefits space. This year’s group of Rising Stars are distinguished young professionals who have demonstrated an outstanding commitment to tackling wellness, healthcare and other benefit offerings with new perspectives, while also navigating the COVID-19 crisis.

These Rising Stars know how important it is to prioritize mental health. They’ve shared the guilty pleasures they’ve enjoyed during the pandemic and how those little treats are helping them navigate the challenges of the pandemic.


These guilty pleasures help benefits leaders maintain their mental health during the pandemic

If there’s anything the pandemic has taught us, it’s that guilty pleasures can double as lifelines when the going gets tough.

Remote work has become the new normal and more than 60% of employees say they are burned out, according to a recent survey by Blind. As such, it's increasingly more important for workers to find new and creative ways to offset stress.

While there are several steps companies can take to lift employee morale — such as modifying work expectations, encouraging a work/life balance and scheduling regular check ins — employees should also feel encouraged to find and treat themselves to activities they enjoy.

Each year, Employee Benefit News and Employee Benefit Adviser highlights a group of standout individuals who are new to the benefits space. This year’s group of Rising Stars are distinguished young professionals who have demonstrated an outstanding commitment to tackling wellness, healthcare and other benefit offerings with new perspectives, while also navigating the COVID-19 crisis.

These Rising Stars know how important it is to prioritize mental health. They’ve shared the guilty pleasures they’ve enjoyed during the pandemic and how those little treats are helping them navigate the challenges of the pandemic.


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