SEESAW CULTURE



EATING IN

The CMCO period is in place and that means returning to work for some. For those of you who are feeling a bit iffy at the thought of dining in and can’t take to meal-prepping after coming home from those long working hours – we feel you. Well, what if we tell you there’s a new Onigiri takeaway in town to drive away your hunger? Handmade by Chef Takebayashi, these deliciously crafted and packed riceballs symbolizes family love and brings him glimpses of hope during trying times. You also get to decide how much you wish to pay according to your satisfaction.

Introducing “Take-Away”, the tasty grab-and-go by us for you. Our big unveil is just around the corner, follow @takeaway.kl for the latest updates.

 


STAYING IN

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How much water do your plants need? How often should you water them? Do you know? How many plants do you have to kill before you finally learn the answers? Don’t feel bad. Nobody knows. Maybe that’s why houseplants aren’t known for their longevity: because they’re not very good at telling you when they’re thirsty.

Now you can stop asking them. (Besides, the neighbours see you doing that and they think it’s weird.) These beautiful and ingenious Self-Watering Pots from the Museum of Modern Art Design Store are here to make feeding your plants fool-proof. All you need to do is fill the glass reservoir. The plant does the rest, absorbing only as much water as it needs, right through the terracotta pot walls. Basically, you’re off the hook as a negligent plant parent, so long as you keep the reservoir filled. We’ve established that these pots are great for your plants and for the forgetful or inexperienced first time home gardeners. They’re also great for your home, simply because they’re so attractive. Put one in your living room, on a table, your work desk, or anywhere you want to add a bit of green in a cool conversation-piece planter. And unlike most flower pots, these won’t leak and stain your countertop if you overwater them. (Because you can’t overwater them!)

 


STYLING IN

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Borrowed from the boys never looked so good. The Lunya 2-in-1 silk shirt set defies the comfort-over-style stereotype and brings on subtle sexy with its clean, crisp aesthetic that is menswear inspired. An eye mask and pillow mist will make for a good night’s sleep in it before the outfit transitions to become the ultimate work top for one of those hectic morning Zoom meetings. Looking for something more risqué? Pair this sleepwear (sans the shorts) with a spritz of perfume and body oil to jump start that lustful night. Single and alone? We hear you. This sleep set comes with its own accessory – the Lunya +one candle which is great smelling, super hot, and completely silent. Let it be your flame for the night, no strings attached.

“PAJAMAS OR OFFICE WEAR?
THAT’S A SECRET WE’LL NEVER TELL”

 


SLEEPING IN

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“Yoni” is a Sanskrit word that generally refers to the womb and female sexual organs. Yoni eggs are egg-shaped stones made of jade and it provides excellent support in pelvic floor-strengthening kegel exercises, which can make your vaginal health better overall. The application is simple, just wash your egg with soap and water, and hot-boiled water for about 10 minutes. After letting it cool down, gently insert the egg into your vagina- like you would with a tampon. Work your pelvic floor by feeling the connection of the egg with your body by squeezing and releasing the egg. Build up a practice if it brings joy and well-being to you. With that being said, you can incorporate 6 reps of sexy bridge lifts with a 60 seconds rest in between to help you better your pelvic floor exercise together with the Yoni Egg.