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the best poop related news you’ll ever read
This is a regular update of interesting, informative, and entertaining content all aimed at what’s happening in the life and times of Squatty Potty®, as well as what’s relevant to anyone interested in a better bathroom experience™. Browse our latest posts below!
1 in 8 women. This is your mom, grandma, sister, daughter, niece, friend, and neighbor. We all know a Linda.
Are you sitting on the toilet while reading this? Great timing, but not so great posture. Need the facts? We got ’em.
Potty training horror stories are a common conversation amongst parents, but they may not stop there. Did you know that improper elimination in your child can lead to all sorts of health issues later in life?
Freshmen have a lot to worry about. “What will I wear on my first day? Do we have assigned seats?” That’s not even including the topic of community bathrooms.
This is a post about how the Squatty Potty changed my life. I don’t know how or why I didn’t let this beautiful stool into my life sooner. I had many opportunities, as I owned one for a few years before I actually tried it. Maybe I was playing hard to get? I regret the time we lost, but I can for sure say it’s the real deal now.
We’ve all done it. “You just want a little more time to yourself” – a few minutes away to sit and think and, erm, poop. Masking your bathroom strain with the excuse of “you time” is common; but considering Americans spend an average of 30 minutes in the bathroom every day. How can the Squatty Potty help?
We’ve been taught since little youngsters not to stare at the sun, yet that’s what millions of people are gathering to do Monday the 21st with their closest friends and family. The Great American Total Solar Eclipse is here. How can you protect your eyes?
It’s the Holy Grail of potty training. The laying of the golden egg (or, uh, poop). The final bridge to cross before your kid can safely enter the real world in undies. Read more for some tips and tricks for potty training.
Time to get back into a routine which means reestablishing good eating, sleeping and a healthy bathroom ritual. Our body does better with a good night’s sleep, eating a healthy breakfast and attempting to go poop before we are off to school and work. What else you can do to help your children and you?