Postcards from Home
The Postcards from Home podcast focuses on stories from everyday people who are living through the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. It began on 25 March 2020 with Enrico’s story from Italy and will end when I run out of participants or the virus recedes, whichever first.
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Postcards from Home is a series of audio postcards from people around the world to document life during the Coronavirus pandemic.
Today’s postcard, recorded on 17 July, is from Sabine Eichbauer. The episode is longer to accommodate the fact that she lives in both Italy and Germany.
Sabine handles multiple businesses including wine growing at her vineyard, Podere Salicutti in Tuscany, managing restaurant Tantris in Munich with her husband, and she continues to practise architecture. She is mother to two young girls.
When we spoke, Sabine had trouble pinning down where home was. The panic of lockdown has prompted a reassessment of what home and happiness means to her. She shares some of that reflection in this postcard.