For Tania Wojciechowski, "The courage comes pre-packaged" with whims. If there's fear, it might not be a whim. Whoa. For me, this brings us to the essence of whim-finding. Whims feel good. And, as Tania says here, "If it doesn't feel like a whim, it may not be the best thing for me." Tania goes on to talk about how following a whim led her to co-found and produce a creativity retreat for women, twice (!), in another country.
Tania runs Manusmade: create your sanctuary, a business and concept rooted in getting out of your head and into your hands. Tania invites us into discussion at The Harvest Table at Manusmade. She is a home stager and created a series of organizational videos based on the Marie Kondo book The Life-Changing Magic of Tidying Up this year: her video demonstrating decluttering clothes using the Konmari method currently has nearly 30,000 views.
Whims and courage: a perfect pair.