Donna Smaldone
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Welcome to The You Evolution™!
We go to the depths of relevant, real-life, relational stuff. Stuff you can actually use to better yourself and in turn, your relationships. There’s no fluff here. No superficial, lukewarm posts.

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Donna Smaldone

Tuesday / May 13 / 2014

The broad brush of teamwork after the game

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The crisp October day came with a mix of nervousness and excitement as we readied ourselves for battle. We had home field advantage in the Win-or-Go-Home high school field hockey game and our team was amped. What we didn’t know and could not have possible understood, was this was the last time we’d all laugh and share life together. Read the full story…

Friday / February 21 / 2014

Living with gratitude

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I would’ve posted something about my blog being on hiatus. However, I didn’t know it would be. Sometimes, the words just aren’t there to give. Sometimes, as in my case, everything you write is SO personal, it’s almost like a betrayal to publish it. Read the full story…

Saturday / May 25 / 2013

You is plenty

Bath Salts -n- Rubber Duckie = relaxing, fun tubby time

A friend said to me recently, “You get to be YOU, Donna. And ‘you’ is plenty.”

Sidebar to those who know me well: I forgive you for automatically assuming my friend meant, “…because Holy Cow, Read the full story…

Tuesday / April 30 / 2013

Live life without regret

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flowers from a friend

Like switching from decaf to regular, I’m off the “what if”s and full-on addicted to dream weaving through the possibilities of, “what can be!”

You want in?

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Monday / March 25 / 2013

Love is blind

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“Oh, she’s so sweet!,” rings the voice of my 9-year-old niece Lainey about her friend Arianna. “She’s really smart, she has a pretty voice, and we like a lot of the same things.” As she ran through the list of attributes her new friend holds, never once did she say, “blind”. Not once! She didn’t need to. It had nothing to do with who her friend is.

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