Imagine, you are in a shop and you found a nice blanket. There are two sizes available, and you don’t know which one to buy. You are probably going to choose the bigger one, because …

… you are conditioned to follow the advertising mottos like: Large is always better! The bigger option is the best!

But later at home, you notice it takes a lot of effort to deal with this large size blanket. Keeping it clean is a struggle, because it nearly fits into the washing machine. Hanging it up to dry is an exhausting task, and you can’t store this big blanket in the cabinet because it doesn’t fit into the drawer. Well, in this case going for the larger option was not the best choice.

Now, you are saying to yourself: “I should have chosen the smaller option, because it would have been a better fit. It would have been exactly what I need.”