Thought you were alone when it came to life’s little niggles – like those uncomfortable high heels or awkward business meetings? Well think again!
As this video shows, life’s niggles are more well documented than you might have realised.
The video is part of a campaign from Triumph to fix life’s niggles and they’ve already had great success with one common problem. Their new Magic Wire bra – made with silicone instead of metal wires – means that you’ll no longer have a painful wire digging into your chest every time you change position. The fateful bra shuffle is a thing of the past too!
This innovation will bring welcome relief to mums up and down the country, but why stop there? Triumph want to fix all niggles with their campaign and that’s why I am heading straight to their Facebook or Twitter to post my niggles and see if anyone has a fix. My top three contenders are listed below – just remember you read them here first!
1. Kids spilling food on freshly changed clothes
You’ve gone to all the effort of changing your little angel out of their dirty onesie/dress/T-shirt and the first thing they do is spill a brightly coloured drink/pasta source/piece of cake all over themselves. Why? WHY?
2. That shoe that just won’t be found
You know that moment, normally around five minutes before you have to walk out the door, when you suddenly realise your little ones are without one shoe. Try as you might, said shoe is nowhere to be found. Perhaps there is an alternative universe somewhere just full of odd shoes…
Whatever the case, there has to be a solution. Tying your kid’s shoes together is never advisable but maybe they could be made with a homing device, built in boomerang or some kind of sat nav instead?
3. Arriving at work with poster paint/felt tip/stickers all over your outfit
There’s nothing worse than realising, normally half way through an important meeting, that you’ve got your child’s latest art project all over your outfit. It may sound like a difficult thing to not notice immediately if you’re not a mum yourself but any parent will confirm that this happens all too option. Maybe we could fit our homes with alarms that sound every time you attempt to leave for work whilst sporting some kind of fashion mishap?
If you’ve got any niggles that you’d like Triumph to take a look at, get in touch via Facebook or Twitter or check out their fantastic #nigglefix campaign. There’s even some great content on The Huffington Post, which has partnered with Triumph to let celebs and famous women share their niggles with you too!