Be a Good Host/Guest

How to be a good host:

  1. Greet your guests warmly: When your guests arrive, greet them with a smile and a warm welcome. Let them know that you're happy they're here.

  2. Show them around: Give your guests a tour of your home and show them where they'll be staying. Make sure they know where everything is and how to use it.

  3. Offer them something to eat and drink: Ask your guests if they're hungry or thirsty and offer them something to eat or drink. Make sure you have a variety of options to accommodate different tastes and dietary restrictions.

  4. Make conversation: Try to engage your guests in conversation and make them feel comfortable. Ask them about their interests and hobbies, and share some of your own.

  5. Respect their privacy: Make sure your guests have the privacy they need to feel comfortable. If they're staying overnight, give them their own room or space to relax.

How to be a good guest:

  1. Arrive on time: Be punctual and arrive at the agreed-upon time. This shows respect for your host's time and schedule.

  2. Bring a gift: Bring a small gift or token of appreciation for your host, such as a bouquet of flowers or a bottle of wine.

  3. Follow the house rules: Respect your host's home and follow their house rules. For example, if they ask you to take off your shoes at the door, do so.

  4. Help out: Offer to help your host with cooking, cleaning, or other tasks. This shows that you're grateful for their hospitality and want to contribute.

  5. Say thank you: Before you leave, thank your host for their hospitality and let them know that you had a great time.