The Grit and Grace Project online magazine celebrates 3 years of speaking into the lives of women and doubles traffic. ‘This Grit and Grace Life’ podcast’s 62 Episodes available on Spotify to 83mil.

ESTERO, FL – 10-16-2018 (PRDistribution.com) — The Grit and Grace Project announced today that their online magazine for “Strong women and those who want be” has doubled traffic annually since 2016 according to Google Analytics. This women’s lifestyle magazine was created by Darlene Brock to inspire women to be strong, purposeful, and confident and is written for women by women—facing many life challenges. The publication recently added a new feature column, “Ask Dr. Zoe,” with Psychotherapist, Dr. Zoe Shaw, who offers direct answers to questions submitted by the magazine’s readers.

Additionally, the company debuted ‘This Grit and Grace Life’ podcast in August 2017, which was recently added to Spotify, the world’s most popular music streaming service with a community of 170 million users and includes over 83 Million subscribers. Each week, hosts Darlene Brock and Julie Graham cross generational lines and draw upon their own life experiences to address the diversity of strong women. The podcast includes guests like female rock drummer, Jen Ledger, Miss USA, Kristen Dalton, and Dr. Zoe Shaw, who answers the hard questions. In addition to Spotify, you can subscribe and listen to the podcast on Apple Podcasts, Stitcher, and other popular podcasting services or on the website at thegritandgraceproject.org/podcasts.The Grit and Grace Project’s publishing affiliate recently released its first book, Raising Great Girls: Help for Moms to Raise Confident, Capable Daughters, perfection not requiredThe book offers help for moms as they raise the next generation of strong women. In September, Raising Great Girls became the best-selling new release in the Parenting Girls category on Amazon. Photo Caption: Pictured left to right, Darlene Brock author of Raising Great Girls and co-founder of The Grit and Grace Project and Julie Graham Brand Manager and Co-host of This Grit and Grace Life podcast.About The Grit and Grace Project:The Grit and Grace Project is a community created for strong women and those who want to be. Its online magazine is comprised of hundreds of articles, how-tos, and videos on a wide range of topics from dating, marriage, and divorce to motherhood, work & money, beauty, faith, and purpose. The weekly podcast, ‘This Grit and Grace Life,’ is a cross-generational discussion providing answers gained through life experience, created by women for women. 
Find us here:Online: https://thegritandgraceproject.org, Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TheGritandGraceProject/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/gritandgraceorg, Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/thegritandgraceproject, Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/gritandgrace/
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