#21EarlyDays Day 3: The setback… and the revival

Readers and fellow writers, I’m Jasdeep and my #21EarlyDays suffered a setback. Well, I did in fact woke up @4:30AM and posted my early morning vine. But, feeling exhausted and fatigued, I did nothing after that and sat idle. And man, did I feel like sleeping. The productive phase of my day, however, began post breakfast.

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I would like to share an article with you folks on what sparked my revival and inspired me not to waste the day even if it was Sunday. Isn’t it amazing how words, written or told, inspire us. And my evening yoga session was off the charts. So if you are curious the link of that article is provided below-

The Write Way to Answer Your Most Pressing Questions by Pamela Wilson

I would also like to take this opportunity to congratulate UFC Welterweight Champion Robbie Lawler, “The Djoker” Novak Djokovic and Sania Mirza & Martina Hingis.

First up, Robbie Lawler. The champion not successfully defended his title in a 5 round war with Rory MacDonald but also picked up his 20th win (out of 26 victories) via KO/TKO. Numbers don’t lie folks. Is he GSP level ? Only time will tell. As for now #KudosRobbie !

As for Wimbledon, the Djoker and fellow Rossoneri Novak Djokovic defeated Roger Federer in 4 sets to not only win the Men’s Singles title but also improve his win-loss record against Federer to 20–20. Congratulations Novak (once again). Also, to Sania Mirza & Martina Hingis for winning the women’s doubles championship. Congratulations (again) to Sania becoming the first Indian woman to win a title @Wimbledon. And Hingis, good luck for the Mixed Doubles final.

Good night amigos

Obrigado !!!

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