It’s been a tough week. Month. Quarter. OK, let’s face it: year. However, the holidays are upon us, and it’s time for some warm, cozy feels. We may not be celebrating the way we normally would, but here are a few ways to make your 2020 holidays so much more special.

And if you still don’t feel the warm fuzzies after reading this, just remember 2021 is in sight, and it’s a chance for brand-new beginnings.

(It can’t be worse than 2020, right? RIGHT?)

Cook From Home

Woman smiling and adding pepper to red pot in kitchen

Because we like to cook at other people’s houses, which is why we’re clarifying. It makes cleanup a snap — you just leave! Just kidding, obviously. But we do have six snazzy recipes for you to try at home. They’ll make any socially distanced holiday party you throw a smashing success!

  1. BĒA™ super sparkler
  2. IsaDelight® cashew butter cups
  3. Peppermint mocha shake
  4. Holiday charcuterie board
  5. Kale and sausage bone broth soup
  6. Plant-based banana bread

Work Out From Home

Woman working out at home with dumbbells

Keep your energy and spirits high by trying out some at-home workouts. The only thing you have to lose is some unwanted holiday pounds. Plus, it’ll make you feel oh-so-good to have earned those extra calories from the recipes above (not that there’s THAT many in them).

Spa Day From Home

Woman relaxing in a bathtub with a wine glass

Just because you may be stuck at home doesn’t mean you can’t indulge yourself. A DIY spa day with some homemade body scrubs is just what the doc ordered. And if winter weather has you looking anything less than spectacular, here are some great tips for relaxing and renewing your sparkle just in time for the 2020 holiday season!

Give From Home

Hands in a heart shape overlaid with text that says "Give Better, Do Better"

Be part of our Giving Tuesday movement, Give Better, Do Better, and inspire others to do the same! Giving Tuesday starts Dec. 1 and runs through Dec. 31, so you have lots of time to give back and support the ISA Foundation nonprofit organizations with your donation. With so much indecisiveness in our world, can we all agree it feels so much better to give than to receive?