So you decided to host Thanksgiving dinner, huh? That means you’ll have to find time to set the table, pick up the wine, prep all the sides, and do piles (and piles and piles) of dirty, cranberry-encrusted dishes. Oh yeah, and you have to make a turkey. Yikes — that’s a whole lot to do in one day. And that’s before you even consider the whole “entertaining a house full of guests” part. Couldn’t you use an extra set of hands? Time-savvy Thanksgiving hosts like Auren H. post Tasks to find a little holiday relief. TaskRabbits can help with everything from finding, delivering, and brining the bird to scrubbing the pots and pans. You can even hire a TaskRabbit to play Trivial Pursuit referee if your guests tend to get a little heated during board games. A little help from your friendly neighborhood TaskRabbit dials down the holiday hassle and lets you relax with the people you love. Now that’s something to be thankful for.
Many people in the TaskRabbit community are also wild about other companies in the sharing space. Companies like Airbnb, our buddies with the spiffy new website, make it easy to rent out a couch, spare room, or entire apartment while you’re away. Only one problem: how do you let your guests into your home while you’re out of town? Clever TaskPosters like Drew B. have already figured out the solution: hire a TaskRabbit for your key exchange. New York TaskRabbit TJ Y. met Drew’s guests and handed off the key. It was almost too easy. TaskPoster Thomas T. travels frequently and often rents out his studio to Airbnb guests. That’s why he works with TaskRabbit Nyna N. to make the space sparkle between guests. Thinking about using Airbnb during your vacation? Take a cue from these seasoned hosts and hire a TaskRabbit to handle the logistics.