The 10 Worst Things You Can Do When Staying in Someone Else’s Home

Not Communicating Plans: Failing to communicate your arrival and departure times or any changes to your plans can inconvenience your host and disrupt their schedule.

Ignoring House Rules: Disregarding the host's house rules, such as smoking indoors, bringing pets without permission

Being Inconsiderate with Noise: Loud noises, especially late at night or early in the morning

Messiness: Leaving a mess behind, whether it's dirty dishes, scattered belongings, or untidy living spaces

Overusing Resources: Being wasteful with utilities like water and electricity or consuming excessive amounts of food and toiletries without replacing

Inviting Unapproved Guests: Bringing additional guests into your host's home without their permission can put strain on resources

Damaging Property: Accidents can happen, but purposefully damaging or mishandling your host's belongings

Not Cleaning Up After Yourself: Failing to clean up after yourself in shared spaces, such as the kitchen or bathroom

Overstaying Your Welcome: Even if your host is gracious, it's important to be mindful of the length of your stay and not overextend your welcome.

Ignoring Basic Courtesies: Simple acts of courtesy, like saying thank you, expressing appreciation, and offering to help with household chores

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