It's the little things in life...


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Having short hair was way more niggle free than my longer style - tempted to go back to the pixie style 

There's a fine art to looking like you're in control and sometimes it is the most insignificant things that can really start to bug you, especially if you're a busy mum.

When you've managed to leave the house, avoiding any full length mirrors on the way, there's the usual dash to the bus stop. However, it's generally around this time that those little things start to wield their power. How exactly do you get onto a bus in a dignified manner when it pulls up with half a mile's gap between it and the curb?

At this point, the exact moment when you are least able to do anything about it you'll realise that the those brand new trainer socks have decided to wriggle down under your ankles so they're now competing with your toes for space. Ah, life's little niggles! What doesn't kill us makes us stronger, apparently...

We all have our own pet hates that can turn a relaxed smile into a grimace. As this video bears testament to, women from all walks of life experience niggles on a daily basis.

Thankfully there's one niggle that we can now wave goodbye to - the uncomfortable bra. It doesn't matter how much you've paid for it at some point you will discover that for the next 8 hours you're going to be stuck in a loop of readjusting, tightening, loosening and rib digging.

With their new Magic Wire Bra, Triumph have resolved this universal niggle and have also launched a whole niggle fix campaign to banish our other irks. Offering all the support that you would expect from an underwired bra, the Magic Wire Bra from Triumph also comes with added comfort. It’s designed to enhance the shape of every woman and has swapped the classic wire for silicone. The result is a bra that's not only comfortable to wear but looks great too!

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By not letting those little niggles get in the way means lots of fun time for Mr A and I

Knowing that caring is sharing, Triumph are encouraging the UK's women to list their own niggles and find solutions. Try tweeting yours with #nigglefix on Twitter or their Facebook page and see what happens.

They've partnered with The Huffington Post to provide some entertaining contributions from comedians and other celebs too so you might just find an easy solution to something that's been bugging you for years from someone very interesting!

This is a collaborated post


  1. Well done Triumph for being pro active and listening to women

  2. I have like, G cup boobs so I'm curious as to whether silicone would provide the right support! Sounds good though, nothing is as annoying as a bra digging in after a long day.

    India / Touchscreens & Beautyqueens

  3. One thing i hate is an uncomfortable bra, and even more so the horrid strap that keeps wanting to fall off the shoulder. :)

  4. Gorgeous!

    It also passes by me, new post: let me know what you think, and if you want to follow me!

    I'm also on FACEBOOK: and INSTAGRAM: I'll be happy to reciprocate any visits!
    A kiss :*


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