Are you stressing out because your family members are lodging with you over the up and coming holidays? Well, you're not alone, a survey of 2,000 Americans (from different generations) finds that those hosting their loved ones during the holidays lose about 2.5 hours of sleep per day when preparing to host. While, Gen Z appears on top of the list with a whopping minimum of four hours of sleep per day.
According, to Serta Simmons Bedding's findings from October 2022, suggest that "for anyone who wants to ensure that they are not overstaying their welcome, 49 percent of people think spending four days or more as a guest is too long."
Guests seem to be conscious of this unspoken rule. When hosting others, 79 percent say their visitors stay four nights or less.
So, we want to know your input on how long is too long to stay at someone's place as a visitor before it's considered rude?