Have you been GracedByGrit?

Kimberly Caccavo, Co-Founder and CEO Kimberly brings technology and business experience to GRACEDBYGRIT. She has a BS in Chemical Engineering from UC Berkeley, an MBA from UCLA and has held a variety of executive positions around the world. Kimberly loves to ski, scuba, stand-up paddle, hike, practice yoga, do pilates and she adores high intensity... Continue Reading →

Let’s Spoon!

Nicole Centeno is a French Culinary Institute–trained chef, and the founder and CEO of Splendid Spoon, the wellness brand combining the power of plants and the art of mindfulness in ready-to-eat meals delivered to your home. At Boston College, she studied diet therapies as treatment for illness, and has taught cooking and nutrition courses at... Continue Reading →

A History of Tampons

Tampons have become an everyday use for most women all around the world when it comes to getting their periods. Even most men know the term, too! But, ask yourself this – have you ever wondered where the small wad of fabric comes from, or how it ever came to be that women decided to... Continue Reading →

Is Bikini Laser Hair Removal Safe?

There has always been a long debate about pubic hair and whether or not women and men should keep it or remove it. Pubic hair is a natural part of a woman’s and man’s body. Some women love their pubic hair, and others don’t. Both are okay! Some women prefer to groom their pubic hair... Continue Reading →

Meet Naomi, Founder of The Lifestyle Edit

Meet Naomi, Founder of The Lifestyle Edit, an online space that truly celebrates the dynamic female founders operating behind the scenes of some of the most interesting and forward-thinking businesses. What was your inspiration for creating the Lifestyle Edit? The Lifestyle Edit was born because I wanted to create a platform that firstly, celebrates the incredibly... Continue Reading →

How Your Weight Affects Your Period

It’s that time of the month again and your periods have arrived, or maybe they haven’t? Every woman will experience their periods differently, but in order for your periods to be regular, they should come every 21-35 days. Sometimes, however, you may find that they are a bit late or perhaps they don’t come at... Continue Reading →

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