The Kellers Go East

The Cost of Beijing’s Blue Sky

When Beijing is mentioned in the international news, then often in conjunction with heavy pollution and horrible air.  Continue reading “The Cost of Beijing’s Blue Sky”


First World Problems

It has been a loooooong time since I have last posted something on here and I am sorry for being MIA. I’ve received the one or other message to update this blog already and I Continue reading “First World Problems”

Agent Babylon

For those of you, who have not yet had the pleasure of indulging in any one of the books of the Babylon series, I can highly recommend it Continue reading “Agent Babylon”

Utility Chaos

For those of you who hate opening your letter box after a long day at work and finding only bills in there – count yourself lucky. Continue reading “Utility Chaos”

The Grass is Always Greener on the Other Side…

…and when you live in China, it definitely is greener!  Continue reading “The Grass is Always Greener on the Other Side…”

Escaping Loneliness

What do you do when you find out your husband is on the road for four weeks?  Continue reading “Escaping Loneliness”

Zen Out in Malapascua

First things first – I’ll have to apologize for being missing in action for such a long time. I will not try to find excuses of any sorts but will admit to having been just plain lazy the last few weeks. This post, long overdue, is an insight to our getaway over the Chinese New Year vacation in February. Continue reading “Zen Out in Malapascua”

Home 2.0

It’s been nearly four weeks since we moved into our apartment and it is finally starting to feel like home.  Continue reading “Home 2.0”


[noun, Vor·freu·de \ˈfoːa̯fʀɔɪ̯də/]– joyful anticipation of an upcoming event

I am excited, ecstatic even and today will have to be one of the best days I have yet experienced here in China. This morning I checked my emails and found the magic words “Your container is ready to be delivered.” Continue reading “Vorfreude”

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