Why You Shouldn’t Eat Too Much Chicken

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Since the day I started blogging, I never missed a day to publish a post on my blog. I posted during weekdays, weekends and during holidays. I posted from home, office and even in the places where it was hard to find an internet connection.

Yesterday, I was home perfectly okay with 5 Mbps connection speed and I missed to publish the post. I felt terrible and I forgive myself for breaking my routine.

As stupid as it sounds I just ate too much chicken and I was so exhausted that I could not manage to write anything. I had the topic in mind, prepared the key points on my Evernote, but the thought of getting up, switching on the laptop and writing it down was just too much for me.

It all started when I peeped into my facebook newsfeed and saw a friend of mine posting several pictures of roasted chicken (I know it’s silly). The instant gratification is dangerous and all it want is to be satisfied. I did what the “Instant Gratification Monkey” wanted me to do and  did not realize that I would not be able to write the post later that night. We all fall into the trap of instant gratification monkey and do things we wish we never wanted to do. With that said, I enjoyed yesterday’s dinner but I would not be doing it again for a long time.

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