For many, the feeling of having someone else sleep in your bed is a comfort. It's reminiscent of being a kid and sleeping next to your parents when having a nightmare, or when you're young and have a friend staying the night, and, yes, have a partner whose presence you enjoy enough to sleep next to throughout the night.
For some, though, that act is not only reserved for those they love and care for. They can sleep next to anyone with no issues and no tension. For these people, there's a new business taking off.
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Home Away From Home
Staying at hotels when traveling abroad is a centuries-old concept. In more recent years, this process has become a little more personal, with people offering up spaces in their homes for temporary stay through the use of platforms like Airbnb.
This is the same for long-term rentals, having shifted from solo homes and apartments to rooms or units within homes, a cheaper price the more people you're willing to share a space with.
However, a recent trend is pushing that idea even further. Forget sharing a house, what about sharing a bed?
Australian entrepreneur and reality TV star Monique Jeremiah has recently gone viral for her promotion of this new trend, even coining the term 'hot bedding' to describe it.
The term is derived from 'hot desking.' Often seen in co-working spaces, hot desking is when employees share a desk together rather than getting a desk or cubicle of their own.
To hot bed with someone is to simply share a bed with them, even if they're a stranger.
Born From Loneliness
"It is the perfect avenue to save money, live simply, and of course not be alone," Jeremiah explained. “Hot bedding is excellent for people who are able to detach emotionally and sleep next to another person in a completely respectful and non-strings-attached manner.”
She claims she came up with the idea in 2020 amid the COVID-19 pandemic. "I suddenly found myself single; my thriving business of an international education agency and student accommodation collapsed overnight, and my teaching career suddenly became unfulfilling as education went online," she recalled.
Not For Just Anyone
"My life was literally imploding beyond my control. I knew my only option was to innovate and think outside the box. That's how I decided to do hot bedding."
She emphasizes that there is no physical expectation to be had with hot bedding, and as such, it requires a level of trust and maturity. "It is the perfect situation, especially if you are a sapiosexual, like myself, and you prefer [emotional] companionship over the physical," she said.
"It takes two people who respect each other's space, values, and boundaries to do hot bedding."
A Sleeping Side Business
Now, Jeremiah has faced a fair bit of criticism for this venture from people who think it's "bizarre" or feel uncomfortable with the idea, but that doesn't bother her at all.
"Being an entrepreneur is already a lonely journey as you build a company, so why sleep alone when you can sleep with a companion, with someone with the same discipline and drive, while making money in your sleep?"
Speaking of money, she claims she makes over $600 a month with her hot bedding offers.
She's Not Alone
She's far from the only person doing it, though she might be the most public. On TikTok, there are a number of comments, namely from students who are struggling amidst rising rent and a cost of living crisis, who are also participating in hot bedding as a way to save on housing expenses.
As one commenter wrote, "I'm a [medical] student in New Zealand and my friend and I do this. [Of course] we weren’t friends at first it was totally anonymous but decided to meet."
Too Close For Comfort?
So, while unconventional, there truly is an audience for this, whether they're looking to save some money or simply enjoy having some company in bed with them.
It will still be a tough concept for many to hop on board with, given how vulnerable our time spent sleeping is, but to those who don't feel the same way, it allows them to travel or even stay somewhere for relatively cheap.
The question now is whether or not we'll see an increase in hot bedding over time, or if people will still want their own bed above all else.
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