Here's the thing.
If you are following a program you need to do it as written. In particular the first 2-3 times using it because it removes variables.
In other words, you made good gains on the first 2 passes. What happens when you start adding/removing/changing shit and on the 5th training cycle you incur problems and the lifts aren't progressing like you think they should?
Does this mean the cycle doesn't work for you anymore (not likely) or that you changed stuff and created problems for yourself that weren't necessary.
When you do this you take away your ability to decipher any meaningful data from the program because you changed stuff and you won't be able to tell what you did or didn't do to slow your progress.
Changes to any program should be withheld until you get a couple cycles under your belt and then should be relatively small in nature and deliberate.
What you have posted is a natural inclination, particularly for a 20 yo but I would tell you that you need to take a long approach to your training, not a day to day, week to week, but cycle to cycle and skipping a deload is basically a manifestation of an urge to manage day to day (I don't think I need to because today.....) which is one thing you need to avoid when following a program.