Saturday, 20 April 2013


While researching my WWII novel, Working Title: The Road To Confidence, I came across advice from the radio doctor of the 1940s.

And he said one should go to the toilet at the same time every day, even if one doesn’t need to go.  Because being regular is healthy.

Presumably the idea behind this is that after a few days, the body becomes conditioned, Pavlov's dogs style, and expects to go at these times.

But isn’t there a down side to being that regular?

Like, what happens if you’re out at the time?


I look forward to your enthusiastic and loving comment.