Kate Langbroek Book:- When the world is going to hell in a handbasket, Kate Langbroek’s deliciously funny, irreverent, and inspiring memoir about moving to Bologna with her family in search of la dolce vita is a glorious reminder of what we can learn from the Italians about living life fully–and what really matters when the world is going to hell in a handbasket –
Kate Langbroek’s decision to relocate to Bologna with her family in order to pursue la dolce vita is a deliciously funny, irreverent, and inspiring story about what we can learn from the Italians about living life to the fullest and what really matters when the world goes to hell in a handbasket. Kate Langbroek is a beloved radio and television star who has been on the air for over a decade.
After two decades of co-hosting radio shows with Dave Hughes, Kate Langbroek startled everyone in 2019 when she packed up her family, including her husband Peter and their four children, and moved to the United Kingdom.
To refresh your memory, Kate Langbroek just returned from two years living in Italy with her family, and she will be publishing a book on her experiences there shortly. In the end, she confessed, “I did what every coward does and broke up with him by text.”
However, although everything seemed to be going well at first, Kate is experiencing procrastination, and she has blamed the publisher for something she said to her while she was back in her own country.
Nevertheless, we were so taken with it, and since I’d fought so hard to claw away from everyone during the first six months, I felt a little ripped off on this year, we chose to remain another year, which of course threw the whole performance into disarray.
However, despite the difficulties she had in physically migrating to Italy and finding a home and later schools for her children, the COVID-enforced lockdown that rocked Italy in 2020 proved to be considerably more difficult to deal with.
It was a privilege to perform it with the Italians, who took it so seriously because they appreciate their elderly people and their old structures, and they adore old s*** in Italy, they really do. ‘
However, it was an unbelievable experience, and it was really a contributing factor to how wonderful the whole trip was, despite the fact that this seems bizarre, “Langbroek said.”
Yumi Stynes, a bestselling author, was able to provide some advice on how to bring things back on track once they had gotten off track. Taking a year off in Italy is a good idea. The truth is that she received far more than she bargained for.
During the COVID epidemic, the family spent most of their time in Bologna and was subsequently forced to suffer Italy’s rigors of lockdown restrictions.
Kate, who is now back in Australia and working in radio, has written a book about her experience, which is entitled, Ciao Bella! Six Take Italy is a Melbourne-based actress who appeared on The Morning Show to discuss why she opted to make such a significant life change.
“It was a tough decision to make because, you know, I had a wonderful career, we had a wonderful life, and there were six of us, so relocating to the other side of the globe was a significant undertaking.”
In retrospect, you would question why I arranged all of those ducks in a row, except that we were under the impression that we had to do it for some reason. And we were looking for a way to unwind from our hectic modern lives, which had been wonderful, as I previously stated.
“It was also tiresome and unnourishing, so we wanted to spend more time together, and oh my gosh, it occurred (being shut down),” Langbroek stated.