Clean air

June 24, 2013 in Senti-Emmental

Never realized i have completely taken it for granted until this point of my life.

The haze affected me a lot (all of you who didn’t know, after Singapore, now Kuala Lumpur is also engulfed by smoke coming from Sumatran fires) , i don’t feel well generally (headache, dry throat and itchy eyes), but i think i suffer worse emotionally.

When the whole city looks apocalyptic, I keep having this paranoia that no matter how much i stay indoor, how many layers of masks i put on or how strong i set my air purifier on, i am still breathing the same horrible air coming from outside.

Sleep also wear mask.

Yesterday in Muar the API reading was 746?????? YOU ALL MAY AS WELL LIVE IN AN URN.

I never felt so depressed in a long time.

It’s not even time to feel angry or blame anyone anymore. All i am thinking all day long, is man i just want some fresh air now. Please, please pelase please please pelase. And all day long i refused to even go out to buy food. I just wanted to sit and hug my Plasmacluster machines.

I sealed my house, shut my curtains, i don’t want to look outside at the appalling infinity shades of grey and feel sorry for myself.

Imagine there’s really nothing you could do about it!! There’s no where to escape unless you jump on a plane. If it doesn’t go away until August, like the news say, i think i will really become suicidal.

I feel so bad for old people, for babies, for people who are sick, especially with asthma. Even i as a healthy adult feel so miserable, it pains me to imagine how these people feel.

I have all these poisonous thoughts that clouded my mind, thinking if this is one step closer towards the end of the world, and that this world is indeed major fucked, there’s not a single place i could think of on this earth that is not potentially plagued by some disastrous events, and that our future offsprings will only suffer more with more pollutions to come.

And then i also have crazy images playing in my mind, of us stocking up oxygen tanks at home, and i wonder how long each tank lasts, maybe not enough to last a journey to the airport and fly for our lives…

omg stop. STOP.

So all of you who are somewhere far far away from me, take a deep breath of the clean air you are privileged to have now, and thank the universe for giving you breathable air now.

Last time when i do The Secret thank you prayer (i sort of stopped it hahahah) i always forgot to thank the air. I’m very sorry, air. I will put you in the list now.


Let’s hope strong wind blow all haze to somewhere no human exists!!!

Ok while we stay home, here’s a tiny good news, and maybe some retail therapy will help:




Most of the items are 40-50% off! Go grab them before they run out!


Starts from RM19 and shipping worldwide!


Santorini coordinate! Unicorn top from Foruchizu

Paris coordinate! Mickey sweater also from Foruchizu.


I have many other things to blog so please come back soon!!

21 responses to “Clean air”

  1. sf says:

    Cheesie, I’m dying to know what’s the model of your sharp air purifier! Plsssss tell….

  2. nobinobi says:

    i always come back everyday, checking ur blog if theres any new blog post…hehe

  3. Manzy says:

    Hope the haze stops soon! Atleast its not zombie apocalypse O_O

  4. Donnalim says:

    i totally get how desperate u want the fresh air! every breath i inhaled also i feel angry omgg!! u see n years ago, the water from our tabs gave us teh si, everyone was like this is totally not acceptable, then at the same time i think quite a few ppl become millionaire by selling water filter and it is a must in every home now. nso now the haze thing, air purifier in sg is totally out of stock, it is like a compulsory thing in every house already! because we can get used to everything, have high flexibility to adapt to whatever situation and willing to pay for own privilege! mayb in the not so far future, stocking up for oxygen tank is like how u stock toilet paper in your drawer now. arhh..

  5. Daphnefroggy says:

    Can’t believe it is became so worse now and take care!!Now is not weird if wearing mask in Malaysia…lol Hopefully going to be alright! Odaijini!If you need mask please LINE me I will ems to you laLalalalala

  6. Cheesie says:

    nvm i come soon! JAPAN WAIT ME.

  7. Cheesie says:

    yea very scary right T_____T

  8. Cheesie says:

    thank you <3

  9. Cheesie says:

    actually they are almost all the same, just different sizes and with or without humidifier only

  10. Anonymous says:

    Be strong, Cheesie!!!n

  11. Ashling says:

    Love reading ur blog posts Chessie! always come here to re-read old posts when i’m bored! Stay pretty! 😀

  12. hitomineko says:

    awww… that’s really horrible. I wonder what would happen to the haze after it passes KL. the I hope it can disappear somehow. no matter who gets it, is still horrible =( Ur right that we should never take air for granted…

  13. Brian See says:

    Cute mickey hair. Lol

  14. Mae says:

    Hey Cheesie – I loooove reading your blog (I read it like le…every day) and I was convinced to buy the Sharp hairdryer after reading your numerous posts about it….. ahahahha you are good for businesses..!! Anyway, I know you use Sharp purifiers.. but I found something I think is better – maybe its worth while for you to check it out? Its called MedKlinn (available from Caring Pharmacies).nnHere’s the link =)

  15. Cheesie says:

    How is this better!!

  16. hayleycasa says:

    Stay safe, Cheesie 🙁

  17. HX says:

    Stay safe Cheesie!! ): I live in Singapore and the worst we’ve experienced as PSI 400, I don’t even want to imagine 750. Right now our skies are clear because of the change in wind direction blowing all the haze to Malaysia… My family members live in Malaysia though and I really wish I could buy the Plasmacluster you use and send it back to them ): nDrink green bean soup if you can!

  18. kingsley90 says:

    I had this negative thinking too when seeing the surrounding. I imagined people fighting to pay for limited fresh air.. Feel frustrated when people keep finger pointing who started the fire, but they never see it’s partly our action that contribute to the fire. In fulfilling our needs, how much damage have we caused to our Mother Nature?nnAhem. But like you say, we must stay positive and also I will try my best to cause minimal damage to this earth 🙂

  19. WP says:

    Looks awful, right? :(nnBut dear Cheesie, forgive me for saying this, but…why must you spoil your lovely blog by swearing? I feel that you can get the same message across without.

  20. Jasmine says:

    Hope the weather clears up for Malaysia too..

  21. Charissa says:

    If you really cared about the world, you would change your way of life. Care more about living things – nature. Instead of support/promote this shallow, consumerist society/culture we have created. The people burning forests in indonesia do it because it’s the cheaper option. Everyone does everything for money. If we change ourselves, we change the world. You have a voice. Use it for the betterment of society. By being a good example, and not by getting people to buy stuff. Don’t waste your influence!

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