I participated in an Influencer Activation on behalf of Influence Central for Charmin. I received product samples and a promotional item to thank me for my participation. #tweetfromtheseat #IC #MC How to Prepare for Holiday Guests
The holidays are in full swing and it is time to start thinking about how to prepare for holiday guests. Here are a few tips on preparing your home for holiday guests.
Tip #1: Stock Up the Bathroom
When preparing for holiday guests, the most important thing to have on your list is Toilet paper! You might take toilet paper for granted, but I cannot tell you how quickly guests go through toilet paper. Stock up each bathroom with Charmin Toilet Paper and also keep a few extra rolls in a local place just in case the roll ends up empty. You don’t want your guest having to hunt for toilet paper. Consumers who buy Charmin ensure their plumbing will stay clog-free even during the busiest of times, such as the holiday season.
Charmin and Roto-Rooter, America’s largest provider of plumbing & drain services, have teamed up again this year to remind consumers of the clog-free and septic-safe guarantee that only comes with Charmin. Roto-Rooter plumbers recommend Charmin more than any other brand. Not only does Charmin have Roto-Rooter’s stamp of approval to be clog-free and septic-safe, but it is also used by plumbers more than any other brand.
There are a few other items you should keep on hand just in case. Buy a few large bottles of shampoo, conditioner, body wash. Your holiday guests will be grateful when you tell them they don’t have to worry about bringing bath essentials.
Also, stock up on items just in case your overnight guests for to pack these:
Photo c/o Tyra R.
Tip #2: Stock Up the Bedroom
Make sure each guest has two pillows in varying firmness. Layer a few light blankets so that your guest can adjust the warmth to the level that’s right for them.
Light up the path from the bedroom to the bathroom so they can access in the night if necessary. If the overhead light is too bright, you can add a little plugin light.
Stock a basket in the guest room with magazines and books ranging in themes.
Photo c/o Christy Bright
Tip #3: Stock Up the Kitchen
The next area to focus on for when holiday guests visit is the kitchen. Make sure to have a variety of drinks and different milk for each taste (cow, almond, lactose-free), juice, coffee, and a variety of teas. Also keep a variety of sweeteners on hand including agave nectar, honey, lemon, cream or half and half, and sugar or sugar substitutes.
For daytime and evening drinks, stock up on bottled water and sodas.
Also, stock up on both white and red wines as well as beer.
Also, have snacking foods ready, so that your guests can snack in between meals or late night. Snack mixes, trail mixes, cookies and chips work great.
Photo c/o Chalon Handmade
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