Christmas Wish Lists 2020: For those embracing life at home

Since most of us are find ourselves at home more in 2020, many of us are finding new hobbies. This gift list is perfect for the 2020 homebody. Maybe you have someone who has embraced their inner "Betty Crocker" or started knitting, or gardening, or making soap. There is just SO much people are doing to fill their time.

Here are some of the items I would just love right now while I'm stuck at home.

This Food52 x Staub 2-in-1 Grill Pan & Cocotte is making me drool. I've always enjoyed cooking but this pandemic has raised the game a little - since we are all home more and the kids are getting into it, too. I also know I'm not the only one cooking more at home. So if you've got a quarantine Chef on your list - this might be the perfect gift.

Maybe the person on your list just needs a break. I just LOVE Lush and their bath and shower goodies and this 12 Days of Christmas set would be fun to try as long I as I don't have to share it with the kiddos.

If you know someone who has to go out sometimes- wear a mask, keep your community safe --- and store that mask in a stylish little pouch. I love these for our family.

Art for the homebody to enjoy? This piece from artist Corey Pemberton is perfect for 2020 - titled "Its Warmer at Home". (I saw this on a Harpers Bazaar gift list originally)

I've always loved candles -- but being home so much means they are getting used a lot more. I've found this local to Sacramento Candle company called City Wick & Co. and they offer recycle/reuse program!

Even game lovers might be getting tired of the same old games at this point. If you've got older game lovers who have dark sense of humor - the Stupid Deaths game could be the perfect 2020 addition to their game closet.

I just love these Roller Coasters. You can have a drink and play with your coaster at the same time as you lead your condensation through a coaster maze. A perfect way to self entertain during home happy hour.

I've never been a green thumb, but I'm trying my hardest this year. I love this little harvest apron and think it would make a great gift for any quarantine starter gardeners. There are tons of choices on Etsy worth checking out.

One of the things I haven't started doing during this past few months of staying home is embroidery -- but I've thought about it. I love some of the cute kits that they have on Etsy like this Honey Bee one.

If you've got other gifts you're searching for - check out my book gift guide for 2020!

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