Take it from me:
When you're lean and mostly busy with training everyday, you feel the urge to do everything. Gotta run in the morning, do my explosive pullups, brush my teeth hurry off to the gym and end things with basketball.
You are willing to walk kilometers to the fitness corner and put in the work quietly.
But you end the day so exhausted sticks are a must. And you feel so tired you can't be bothered to eat.
When you're full, well-rested and replenished (it takes days of overeating and 16h sleep), you feel the need to do everything immediately. That's because you have the energy and are feeling activated. But you actually lack the hunger to push yourself on these activities.
For example, by the time you reach the fitness corner, the urge to bang out 20 reps of those explosive pullups would have wavered and you end the day with 5. You do your intervals half-heartedly and don't give your best in the gym.
Moral of the lesson. Never rest too much. Call yourself out if you find yourself slipping and not getting in the sessions. Note that I post my workouts early on because I predicted an increase in nonchalance this week as I am free to eat pretty much whatever I want.
Work for your food.