Let’s tell the truth. Not that any of us are liars, exactly. We just give ourselves, often, a little fudge factor. Like when we underestimate the calories in that piece of fudge, for example. Or maybe when the account of our swimming workout starts to include escaping from a giant fish at high speed instead of the actual 25 laps we struggled to complete.
The truth can be uncomfortable, but so can tight jeans. When we consistently underestimate the quantity of food we consume and overestimate the amount and quality of our exercise, we may be surprised that the jeans remain tight. A little more accuracy in our reporting might reveal that the problem does not lie with the dryer, after all.
What have we got to lose?