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TikTok creator @jessicahaizman does five things every day to keep her home from every getting too messy. They include doing the dishes after every meal and making her bed each morning, so her home is always ready for guests.

You’ll want to top everything on the table with this vegan mushroom gravy from @shortgirltallorder. It’s creamy and flavorful while still being dairy free. You meat eating guests won’t miss the traditional gravy at all.

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The New Yorker magazine recently called him the greatest talk-show guest of all time. Hard to argue. Whether he’s appearing as the obnoxious Jiminy Glick or crooning an original song, Short’s love of show business shines through.

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Established in 1810, this bed and breakfast is steeped in Civil War history. When it housed Confederate soldiers during a three-day battle, one accidentally shot Mary Virginia “Jennie” Wade, a 20-year-old civilian, whose spirit is now said to haunt the place.

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Legend has it, one night a boarder attempted to strangle Ms. Foley. Unable to scream, she beat the attacker with a candlestick and inadvertently killed him. Years later, Foley confessed on her deathbed, but most people dismissed the claim.

If you’re having overnight guests, make sure they have everything they need by styling your guest bathroom with clear glass containers full of all the essentials. This video from @slyinspireme shows you how.

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Encourage guests to get in the spirit by setting each place with a box of sparklers. For an easy DIY napkin ring, glue the end of a 12-inch grosgrain ribbon to the flat side of a D-ring. Wrap the ribbon around a napkin and the sparklers, and loop it through the D-ring to secure.

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Miller says that the decision on a guest’s upgrade is almost always made at the front desk before they check-in, so don’t expect an upgrade day-of — although if the hotel is wide open with rooms, that may be a different story. If the hotel is tight on availability, the decision might have been made a few weeks prior. “The more time and prep they can have, the better chances you’ll have (of getting the upgrade),” says Miller. “(Asking) last-minute, as you check in, will give you the smallest chance possible.”

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While pandemic-era policies are still being developed at hotels around the globe and will no doubt vary widely, it's safe to say that guests will see big changes the next time they check in anywhere.

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