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Is it time to get talking about our Toilet business?
WHY on earth would be interested in this subject?
WHY is Toilet Talk such a highly sensitive subject?
WHY are we always laughing about the Toilet Talk?
Who would really want to talk about this Toilet stuff?
What does Toilet Talk actually mean to us all?
What about –
WHY is it important to get Back to Basics with our pee and poo business?
WHY is it important to learn about the Responsibility factor when it comes to Toilet matters?
Are we ready to openly and honestly have a chat about this personal and private everyday thing?
Are we ready to go there and really get talking about the Toilet stuff that we seem to avoid unless it’s a joke?
Are we willing to be up front about all aspects of Toilet Talk, so we can perhaps learn something here?
What is the state of our lavatory today?
What do we hate about the Toilet Talk?
What do we avoid about our Toilet business?
What do we do or don’t do when it comes to pee time?
What are our habits when it comes to a number 2 – poo?
What is it about farting and the stinky smells that we pretend was not us, when we know it was?
What is it about certain foods we eat that make our belly gurgle and our poo stink?
What is it that makes us go for another spicy curry night when we don’t like the curry bottom sting the next day?
What is our body communicating when our wee wee is very dark in colour?
What can we learn about passing urine if we pay more attention to what we release?
What is happening to our physiology when we ignore the sign to go for a pee and then half a day has passed?
WHY do we rarely discuss urinating and defecating unless it is a joke?
WHY do so many of us avoid going for a pee when our body says ‘right now please’?
WHY do we feel such a sense of relief after passing water – aka pee?
WHY do we feel a lot lighter after a motion release of poo?
WHY does our poo stink so much almost all the time?
WHY do some people have the odd poo a week, not every day?
WHY do some people think we need 3 poos at least each day?
WHY do we have sticky poo that sits around the Toilet bowl?
WHY do we hate talking about poo stuff and if we do, we make light of it with jokes?
WHY do some people call it bathroom when we are actually using the Toilet?
WHY do we think it’s ok to treat our own Toilet different to a public Toilet?
WHY do we find ways to avoid using the Toilet when we are out and about?
WHY do some of us have anxiety because we need to know where the Toilet is when we are out?
WHY are we relying on incontinence pads and because we feel so bad we send someone to buy them for us?
WHY do some of us loathe drinking water as it makes us wee a lot?
WHY do most of us just hate using the public bathroom facilities?
WHY are there so many very smelly dirty Toilets in restaurants?
WHY do some hotels have stinky Toilets, which look like they just had a surface clean?
What about those portable Toilets at big events, where we drink too much and then spend ages in the queue?
What about the shopping malls where there are never enough Toilets and the sanitary bins are always full?
What about the diners where it’s fancy on the outside but the Toilet talks to us and tells us “it sure ain’t fancy in here”?
What about the roadside Toilets that we conveniently stop at because we didn’t bother to get toileted before we left for the journey?
What about the cheap accommodation which we regret booking because the Toilets are so manky, we ended up holding on to our poo business?
What about the swimming pools where we think we can get away with peeing in the pool?
How many of us rarely use the Toilet at work as it feels unclean and smelly?
How many of us never have a poo at work as we are just too private about this sort of stuff?
How many of us would rather hold on to our poo and pee at work as it’s too embarrassing for us to get on with it?
How many of us simply suck at this letting go business if we are honest?
How many of us only go to the Toilet in a rush and pay no attention to what is happening down there?
How many of us put very little value into this daily Toilet activity?
How many of us want the poo and pee to happen in a flash, so we can get out and forget about the whole thing?
How many of us are talking at the photocopy machines about catheter bags, as we don’t have to stop working and make a trip to the Toilet?
How many of us deliberately avoid drinking water as it makes us go for a pee more often?
How many of us have become masters at avoiding going for a pee and hours later realise we haven’t been yet?
How many of us feel a lot of pain because we just can’t be bothered to go to the loo on a regular basis?
How many of us are so busy caring for others that we pay zero attention to our basic needs, like going for pee when we need to?
How many of us find it funny talking about other people’s Toilet stuff but never put the spotlight on us?
How many of us laugh at those who use water to wash after poo time?
How many of us hate it when we see the skid marks in our pants because we were sloppy wiping our bum?
How many of us want to change our Toilet habits, which are not good to say the least?
How many of us know that our poo is telling us something about how we are choosing to live?
How many of us are so self conscious at the noises that come with a number 2 that we do our best not to blast out for all to hear?
How many of us start with shoving heaps of Toilet paper down the loo, hoping it takes away the sound of the plops we are about to make?
How many of us are laughing out loud because of all the things this blog is spelling out so far?
How many of us were never taught the basics of Toilet hygiene and good proper Toilet manners?
How many of us think it is not our responsibility to clean a Toilet after we use it?
How many of us think it is someone else’s job to clean the Toilet after we mess it up?
How many of us just wish that we had a maid to clean up our mess after every poo and pee?
How many of us never ever look back and make sure the Toilet, including the seat is clean after using it?
How many of us never respect the Toilet we are using or even give it any thought whatsoever?
How many of us have a habit of using heaps of Toilet paper when we know it is not needed?
How many of us see a blocked Toilet because others use too much Toilet roll and never bother to flush properly?
How many of us just don’t care when we use those wet wipes and can’t be bothered, so we flush them down the loo knowing it is not right?
How many of us tickle our hands under water after we have used the Toilet as a full hand wash takes too much time?
How many of us never bother to wash our hands or value this bit as important for hygiene reasons?
How many of us are paranoid about catching something from the Toilet?
How many of us never sit on a Toilet seat because we might get something?
How many of us are put off by the manky dirty Toilet brush displayed in public Toilets wherever we go?
How many of us judge people we visit who have dirty Toilet brushes?
How many of us notice some places don’t even have a Toilet brush?
How many of us have never ever picked up and used a Toilet brush?
How many of us have no clue what to do with a Toilet brush?
How many of us don’t actually know how to clean a Toilet?
How many of us have never had a bog standard real Toilet Talk?
How many of us wish there were good old fashion lessons in how to clean a Toilet?
What is the real current state of our Toilet brush?
When was the last time we did an examination?
Have we ever bothered to take real care of it?
Do we clean the Toilet bowl every time after a poo?
Do we rinse the brush out so the poo is not in there?
Have we got this habit of replacing our Toilet brush rather than looking after it, so it just lasts longer?
Who on earth bothers to look around and do a Take 2 to check what mess we have left after our big release?
Here is our handout taken from the Simple Living Global Back to Basics Program.
We all need the toilet every day for our pee and poo business
We all have habits of what we do and don’t do in this department
Are we aware that we sometimes override the urge to go?
Do we find going to the toilet is a real bore or a chore?
Do we wish there was more time to do the toilet stuff?
How are we at home with our own toilet business?
How are we with sharing a toilet with others?
How are we when it comes to public toilets?
Is Toilet Talk something we avoid discussing with others?
NEVER EVER hold on – if you need to go, just GO
Never stop drinking water just to avoid going to the toilet often
Always make a point of going to the toilet before any journey
When visiting public places, check out where the toilets are
Going shopping, important to note where the toilets are located
Do not let anxiety or stress creep in just because you need to use the toilet more often than others
Be respectful of others using the toilet after you
Leave it in a clean condition and make that a habit
At home, in your hostel, or prison cell – keep the toilet super clean
Toilet roll running low, take action and get the next one ready
Toilet roll finished – replace it, no matter how busy you are
Treat your toilet with the utmost respect and keep it that way
Be aware when using the toilet – in other words, pay attention
Lift up the seat gently and place up with your fingertips
Undo zip or fastening, then remove underwear gently
Be aware of your fingertips – this helps to stay present
Never go to the toilet in autopilot mode, even in the night
After you complete the business, flush and just take a pause
Pull up your pants and be aware of your body as you do this
Bring your body back into balance
Take a breath and then proceed to wash your hands
DO NOT leave the toilet until you are sure it is being left clean
Do a Take 2 and check the seat is clean and the toilet bowl too
If it needs a wipe or a toilet brush – simply take action, no delay
Use toilet cleaning products and always brush anti-clockwise
Replace your toilet brush if needed and then commit to keeping it super clean with a weekly hot wash
Go out of your way to focus on this simple task
If it is your own toilet, check if anything else needs cleaning –
Sink, door handle, floor, light switch
Note – if something does not feel right in the pee or poo department, get to the Doctor
Always get things checked out as you know your body more than anyone else does
ALWAYS honour that first feeling when you get the urge/sign from your body to go to the toilet
Your body will thank you and you will feel much better – FACT
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So here it is – the first ever up front, in your face Toilet Talk
What if there is more to learn about Toilet Talk?
What if there is a whole science about this subject?
What if Simple Living Global will one day talk more about the current dis-eases that we have created, which are linked to this topic?