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31 Things To Help You Embrace Your Homebody-Ness

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1. A colorful collection of bestselling clay masks to detoxify, energize, and soothe your face until you basically transform into a cherub.

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Also frees you from dumb responsibilities like talking to people, walking, etc. Nope, you're stay bundled up in bed watching mindless animal YouTube videos until every drop of essence is 100% absorbed.

Promising review: "These masks are the best out of all the masks I've ever tried! I've tried brands like Fresh, Origins, and so many others. Seriously. But these all actually do what they say they'll do — and they do it pretty instantly. Not to mention they feel/smell amazing. I'm a HUGE fan and, after insisting he try them, so is my boyfriend. Haha." —KNK123

Get the set of eight from Sephora for $38. You can also buy the masks separately for $8 each.

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2. A relaxation-centered subscription box stocked with spa/beauty products, teas, delicious goodies, and more — so you can hit the big ole pause on life and take the time you deserve to unwind.

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Promising review: "I love the fact that every product is made by badass women and the box includes all of their stories." —Allison Stadd

Get it from Pause and Unwind on Cratejoy for $29 per month.

3. A cozy book that takes a deep delve into ~hygge~, the Danish philosophy of comfort, togetherness, and well-being — written by the CEO of the Happiness Research Institute (yes, your dream job).

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Promising review: "A great go-to book I keep next to the couch so I can remind myself that the simplicity of home and family, and the comforts of Hygge are all you need to enjoy life." —Patricia G.

Get it from Amazon for $1.99+, Barnes and Noble for $1.99+, or a local bookseller through IndieBound here.

The author also has another book on "Lykke," which refers to "pursuing and finding the good that exists in the world around us every day."

4. A dessert subscription box to whip up mouth-watering treats in the comfort of your own home — and no one can judge you for licking the spoon, bowl, or everything.

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Get a box (with two baking kits/recipes) from Red Velvet NYC on Cratejoy for $49 per month or shop individual baking kits from Red Velvet NYC here.

5. A stylish bluetooth speaker so you can have as many dance parties as it takes to twirl and shake away any nagging thoughts.

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Promising review: "Great speaker, easy to use. Literally took me about a minute to get it hooked up to my phone and working once I took it out of the box." —April

Get it from Amazon for $19.98.

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7. A dangerously cozy heated fleece blanket enabled with 10 heat settings and a 10-hour auto-off function — btw, I say dangerously because you might never leave your bed ever again.

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It's also machine-washable! And — rather obviously — it provides a lot of warmth even when the heat isn't turned on.

Promising review: "Best purchase I have made in a very long time. I turn it on for several minutes before I go to bed and it feels amazing. The highest temperature is very warm, but too high that you're in danger of getting a burn or anything. It is also nice that is automatically turns off after 10 hours. I also really love how long the wires are, so I can position my control dial anywhere." —Seattle User

Get it from Amazon for $38.59+ (eight colors available in twin, full, queen, and king sizes) or Jet for $39.96.

9. A handy nail polish holder for a snazzy, spill-proof manicure literally anywhere your heart desires — surfaces begone!

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Promising review: "As a clumsy (like, getting kicked out of stores because you've accidentally knocked over two displays while trying to pick up the original display you knocked over) person who loves nail painting, this has been a gift sent down from Cedric Diggory himself. I haven't been able to spill nail polish once since, and that is a miracle. Even if you're not ultra clumsy, it's just a convenient helper when nail painting." —Dice

Get it from Amazon for $10 (nine colors).

10. An unconventional journal with plenty of prompts that go beyond writing or doodling within its pages — like crumbling pages up, swinging the book around, and gluing random items.

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Promising review: "I never even realized I was creative until this book came around. I absolutely love the idea of being able to do WHATEVER you want with this book. This book decreases my anxiety and increases my excitement about life." —Alecia

Get it from Barnes and Noble for $13.60, Amazon for $14.44, or Urban Outfitters for $16.

Check out the original (non-colored) version here.

11. A non-slip bamboo bathtub tray for possibly the best soak of your life: go ahead, stay there until you're a literal prune (the beauty of staying home and not seeing a single soul).

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Promising review: "It's like it was made for special days, when the only things you need are a bathtub filled with hot water, your favorite movie, and a glass of wine. Could be a nice present as well." —Ana D.

Get it from Amazon for $39.97.

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14. A therapeutic notepad that makes self-check-ins super manageable and almost fun (who doesn't love checking off boxes or making lists?).

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Promising review: "Although this is clearly a humorous tool (to be used with a grain of salt) it's very helpful for calming down when I'm feeling really anxious or concerned over something. Sometimes, after I fill them out, I like to tape them up on my wall. The prompts 'How do you feel?' followed immediately by 'How do you *really* feel?' is very telling and encourages honesty with yourself." —Rachel F.

Get it from Amazon or Jet for $7.70.

15. Moisturizing gel socks and gloves rich in Vitamin E and mineral oils to treat and smooth over your rough and weary hands/feet — and they can be used with lotion for an added dose of hydration!

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Promising review: "I wore these to sleep without lotion or anything, and in the morning my heels were no longer cracked or dry." —Amazon Customer

Get the gloves from Amazon for $8.99, the socks for $8.99, or a set of socks *and* gloves for $13.99 — or a similar set from Jet for $19.48.

16. A vagina-friendly sexual health box that teaches you a thing or two about empowerment, pleasure, hygiene, and self care.

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Items include: adult toys, lubricants, pH balancing remedies, and more. Yaaas.

Promising review: "I immediately connected with What's In Your Box's mission to expand the conversation about women's sexual health. Each month I look forward to the selection of products to try, the suggested tips and tricks, and the impeccably-designed and -curated theme. I've learned about so many amazing brands, as well as common misconceptions and good self care. The value of what you receive each month is well above what everything retails for. You owe this to yourself. WIYB has delivered on what I saw at the start: sexual education, exploration, and empowerment." —Melina

Get it from What's In Your Box? on Cratejoy for $21+.

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17. A versatile heated massager you'll be maneuvering across every body part because you're not about playing favorites.

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Hello, eight kneading rollers, two massage directions, and a timer that's set at 15 minutes (45 is the max recommended time for any particular area).

Promising review: "I recommend to anyone who suffers from a lazy husband that won't give shoulder massages." —Rebecca

Get it from Amazon for $49.99.

18. An online embroidered typography class because sometimes you might want your me time to consist of more than Netflix binges (which is always 100% acceptable, obvs).

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The beginner class is 41 minutes and the intermediate class is 68 minutes long. You'll need a few materials like a wooden hoop and embroidery flosses, which are all available on Amazon.

Get the beginner course from Brit + Co for $29 and the intermediate course for $29 as well.

19. A personal ZIP-UP SAUNA, folks! Complete with a two-liter steam pot with a digital display, a remote with seven steam levels, a foot massager, a large folding chair, and two zippers for your hands so you can read or watch your favorite show.

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Um, if anyone wants to buy this for me, I'd be totally open to it.

Promising review: "I absolutely enjoy stepping into my personal sauna when I come home from a long day of work or from the gym. It takes about 8-10 minutes to be ready and then I can enjoy up to 30 minutes of purifying and relaxing steam. I set up my laptop in front and enjoy a few episodes each session. Afterwards, I just open everything up, pat down the floor and let it air dry. This was an investment in my personal health and I am so glad I made the purchase." —K. Meno

Get it from Amazon for $78.95 (four colors) or Jet for $75.99.

20. A larger-than-life wine glass that's the perfect gag product to gift yourself — because you can never have TOO much wine.

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Promising review: "This was actually much larger than I thought it was going to be, but that's not a problem at all — another excuse to drink more!" —Duo Gong

Get it from Amazon or Jet for $17.99.

21. A contoured eye mask because the best solution to any troubles is cycling through multiple deep sleep stages.

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It also comes with a pair of these ear plugs! How considerate!

Promising review: "Love it, love it, love it! I work long days and when I get the opportunity to sleep in, I can't sleep if the sun is up. This mask totally blocks out the light and the ear plugs are the finishing touch. I wish I had found this mask sooner, but I will treasure it now that I have it." —Barbara1948

Get it from Amazon for $12.90 (five colors).

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22. A pore-cleansing and gunk-killing matcha mud mask to soothe your troubled skin and leave it brighter, more moisturized, and vibrant than you thought was possible.

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Promising review: "I'm a very picky person when it's comes to my face and always do lots of research before buying something. I have sun-damaged skin with dark spots so I needed something to help lighten my skin, as well as something with anti-aging and nourishment effects, and this mask does that! It has a very light texture and is easy to apply, while also making my skin feel soft and look noticeably younger! I felt and saw a difference after the first couple uses." —Corina Bejan

Get it from Amazon for $19.95.

24. A book-themed box especially curated for homebodies who need some essential ~recharging time~.

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Each box contains four to five items and include teas, mugs, placemats, tote bags, charm bracelets, etc.

Promising review: "It had a great assortment of items that are very rare to get in subscription boxes (I subscribe to 32 boxes)." —Valene

Get it from Hideaway Crate on Cratejoy for $32.

25. A height-adjustable laptop desk that loves nothing more than accompanying you all day in bed (S.O., who?).

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Promising review: "Holds my laptop easily and still has ample space on the side for other items. The leg height is great and the tilting tray is awesome and has lots of height options." —Scout109

Get it from Amazon for $29.99.

26. A wanderlust-inducing coloring book for a bit of peaceful mental stimulation — and it'll definitely help you add more cities to your bucket list.

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Pair with Spotify's "Globe Trotting" playlist for maximum effect.

Promising review: "This is my favorite adult coloring book by far. It is more detailed and technical than Amazing Cities. The aerial perspective is great too. The pages are thick, almost like cardstock, and the ink is consistently dark throughout with no fading: these attributes enhance the coloring experience and make it easier for colorers to get into the meditative flow where creativity takes over. Looking forward to getting my second copy." —Carson

Get it from Amazon for $8.97, Barnes and Noble for $13.71, or a local bookseller through IndieBound here.

30. Or a classic cinema coloring book to bring your favorite oldies to life (and follow up with a movie marathon).

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Promising review: "Being able to color Audrey Hepburn, Judy Garland, and all the other Hollywood greats of the past makes my day!" —Amazon Customer

Get it from Amazon for $4.99, Barnes and Noble for $4.99, or a local bookseller through IndieBound here.

The reviews used in this post have been edited for length and clarity.

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