Tag Archives: calm

Not giving a f**k

January 6, 2017

EDIT not giving a fuck

At the start of 2016 I gave a lot of f**ks about what people thought (I’m going to asterix out the naughty letters for the sake of Google thinking I’m vile or some such)

A majority of those f**ks were ...

6 steps to minimising

December 26, 2016

EDIT guide - 6 simple tips to minimising

When you live an entire year out of a couple of bags, your ideas about what constitutes home and the things you need in your life, completely change. Home becomes transient and adaptable.

Remember way back when I announced that ...

Memoirs of a house hunter – episode 2

November 18, 2016

From the look of the almost duck-egg-but-not-quite kitchen cabinets in the photograph, I thought hey I could just about bear with it, maybe even find some temporary stickers to go over it.

Hastily putting my trainers on I skipped out ... Read More...

Why less stuff = more happiness

September 26, 2016

Elizabeth Danon Interior Therapy EDIT - details

I don’t know about you but I really don’t like “stuff”. You know, the type of stuff and things and bits and bobs that clutter up spaces or are stored away never to be seen for a year…but you know ... Read More...

EDIT asks – Project Self

September 16, 2016

EDIT asks - Interior Design at Project Self with Andrea

I first came across Andrea’s blog at the start of this year. I’m not even sure how I found her, but I was having a pretty turbulent time. I signed up to her newsletter after reading a bit about Project ... Read More...


August 31, 2016

Stelton Theo coffee maker

We’ve all heard of Hygge, right? Well have you heard of the word Fika?

Fika is the Swedish word that’s making it’s way to the UK and encouraging us to relax a little more. (Thanks Swedes!)

The basic meaning of ...

Gratitude and creativity

August 16, 2016

sketching at EDIT elizabethdanon.co.uk

I’ve recently been getting back into sketching, oils and watercolours. It’s been almost a decade since I used watercolours and I’d forgotten how simple they are to use, with beautiful results.
With oils you build up layers, whereas with watercolours ... Read More...