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Mary Rambin

Mary Rambin, Founder of&nbsp;<a rel="nofollow" href="http://MoreThanMary.com/"><span>MoreThanMary.com</span></a>,&nbsp;began her career in digital media as a fashion blogger in 2007. &nbsp;Friend and business partner in <a rel="nofollow" href="http://NonSociety.com/"><span>NonSociety.com</span></a> Julia Allison gave Mary her first blog <a rel="nofollow" href="http://StyleByMaryRambin.com/"><span>StyleByMaryRambin.com</span></a> to offer tips on trends and insight into New York Fashion Week. The blog quickly gained a loyal and dedicated audience. In June of 2008, Julia Allison, Meghan Asha (a tech blogger) and Rambin launched&nbsp;<a rel="nofollow" href="http://NonSociety.com/">NonSociety</a>&nbsp;and began producing the weekly web series TMIWeekly&nbsp;with Next New Networks. In April 2009, Rambin set off on her own launching&nbsp;<a rel="nofollow" href="http://MoreThanMary.com/">MoreThanMary</a>. However, she remains a producer and Co-host of&nbsp;<a rel="nofollow" href="http://tmiweekly.com/">TMIWeekly</a>. &nbsp; <p>&nbsp;</p> <p>In addition to Rambin's notoriety as a blogger, designer, and fashionista, she works as a consultant for corporations looking to build an online presence, humanize their corporate brand, and develop interactive relationships with their clients in the digital world. Rambin is an official Brand Ambassador for Kodak, consulting their digital department in content production, reviewing their products, and hosting red carpet events on behalf of the company.</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p>Four years before starting&nbsp;<a rel="nofollow" href="http://MoreThanMary.com/">MoreThanMary</a>, after graduating from the University of Southern California, Rambin began her career in fashion as a handbag designer for her company Mo&euml; Designs. Her first design, the CLICK bag, quickly became a celeb and press favorite for its unique and functional design. Mo&euml; has been on the shelves in over 100 stores worldwide, including Bloomingdale&rsquo;s, Henri Bendel, Searle, Madison, and Tootsies.&nbsp;</p>

Stories by Mary Rambin

Just like we update our diets, routines, and wardrobe to refresh ourselves in the new year, I like to do the same for my home. As much as I hate home...
Remember back in the day when women were on the hunt for doctors and lawyers? That’s a little taboo in today’s world. However, in the...
It’s that time of year for the bride to shine.  If that’s not you, that doesn’t mean you can’t enjoy the celebration...
As a Texan, it’s easy for me to throw together a little fiesta with a Mexican flare.  Here are six of my favorite ways to treat my...
Recently I invested the Lululemon yoga mat and my readers questioned why I would spend so much on a fitness accessory. As I started going to yoga...
I’m not an expert on this topic, but as a gypsy I can tell you how nice it is to not be bogged down with sh— stuff I really don’t...
Last week I toured the Java Pura roasting facility in Houston. Richard and Fielding, the owners, gave me a solid education on coffee. I always knew a...
I get asked this question all the time. My answer has always been buy it for five reasons. Amassing all of the organic ingredients can be...
  There’s no question that as each day passes vacationing—traveling in general—is getting more expensive.  But there are...
I realize this is a controversial title and topic. Couple that with my rule about not discussing religion or politics in public, and all signs point...
When you think of Northern California, Napa is probably the first thing that pops into your head. Visions of the greenest rolling hills with plots of...
Before I elaborate on one of the most beautiful corners of Mexico, let me dispel three misconceptions. First: The only places to vacation in Mexico...
A reader emailed me her current dilemma with dieting and I think a lot of us can relate: Hey Mary,  I’ve been trying to get started in a...
 Recently I have been helping several friends start blogs to fuel their main business or create a platform for their area of expertise....
We’re all low on cash which means brand name clothes are not at the top of our “I Need” list. Instead, we opt for one of the...

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