Rambin bowed out of the personality-driven lifestyle startup earlier this year (consensus from all parties: amicably) to move to L. and start her own site, More than Mary, but remains a co-host with Allison and Asha for their web series TMI Weekly.
Saying "sorry" isn't something I'm very good at (just ask my boyfriend!
), and I tend to hold onto a grudge like it's got a handle.
She has done public speaking on personal branding and personality-driven marketing and is the cofounder of her own Web site- the focus of most of her efforts these days.
Julia was appropriately named the “most famous young journalist in the city” by New York Magazine, and has thousands of people reading her blog every day. She was on the air at New Trier’s radio station, in Latin Club, on the debate team, the president of Animal Protection Club, an opinion columnist for the New Trier news, ran the turnabout dance through the Global Exchange Club, even “attempted” to synchronize swim for two years, and the list goes on from there.
Today is Yom Kippur, a day of atonement in the Jewish calendar.
I'm not Jewish, but I think everyone could do with a little atoning.
Rambin is also a fashion enthusiast and she has also written several of the editorials on New York Fashion week for the Paper Magazine and Page Six Magazine.
In addition to that, she is very passionate about the Autism research and awareness and the humane treatment of animals.
She is the native of Houston, Texas, United States of America.
She came into this world on 17th May of the year 1990 which has now made her reach at the age of 25. Although she is known by the name Leven Rambin, as a child, she was named as Leven Alice Rambin.
Though she claims she was horrible at it, one of her favorite subjects was debate.