My Magazine Winter 2017

My Magazine is a Los Angeles based, quarterly publication that encourages readers to create and seek out life's most beautiful things and moments. Through original content and expert advice, My Magazine is as attainable as it is elegant. Most importantly, My Magazine and team want its readers to be fearless in their pursuit of what makes them happiest.   My Magazine is as much a content production company and creative storyteller as it is a lifestyle publication and brand – because the content it creates for others (original images from stylized photoshoots paired with original editorial copy) is woven into the storyline of each individual issue.  Interested in creating content together or advertising inside My Magazine? Contact us!

My Magazine is a Los Angeles based, quarterly publication that encourages readers to create and seek out life's most beautiful things and moments. Through original content and expert advice, My Magazine is as attainable as it is elegant. Most importantly, My Magazine and team want its readers to be fearless in their pursuit of what makes them happiest.

 

My Magazine is as much a content production company and creative storyteller as it is a lifestyle publication and brand – because the content it creates for others (original images from stylized photoshoots paired with original editorial copy) is woven into the storyline of each individual issue. 

Interested in creating content together or advertising inside My Magazine?

Contact us!

My Magazine Fall 2017

Molly My is the founder and creative behind Los Angeles based lifestyle magazine, My Magazine, a seasonal publication that encourages women to create and seek life's most beautiful things and moments. Through original content and expert advice, My Magazine is as attainable as it is elegant. For your daily dose of all things entertaining, stylish, crafty, celebratory, pretty, and healthful, head over to mollymy.com.

My Magazine Summer 2017

Molly My is the founder and creative behind Los Angeles based lifestyle magazine, My Magazine, a seasonal publication that encourages women to create and seek life's most beautiful things and moments. Through original content and expert advice, My Magazine is as attainable as it is elegant. For your daily dose of all things entertaining, stylish, crafty, celebratory, pretty, and healthful, head over to mollymy.com.

My Magazine Winter 2016

Molly My is the founder and creative behind Los Angeles based lifestyle magazine, My Magazine, a seasonal publication that encourages women to create and seek life's most beautiful things and moments. Through original content and expert advice, My Magazine is as attainable as it is elegant. For your daily dose of all things entertaining, stylish, crafty, celebratory, pretty, and healthful, head over to mollymy.com.

My Magazine Fall 2016

Molly My is the founder and creative behind Los Angeles based lifestyle magazine, My Magazine, a seasonal publication that encourages women to create and seek life's most beautiful things and moments. Through original content and expert advice, My Magazine is as attainable as it is elegant. For your daily dose of all things entertaining, stylish, crafty, celebratory, pretty, and healthful, head over to mollymy.com.

Microsoft - Accelerate Your Business Program

A couple days ago I caught Microsoft’s PR announcement in their blog about the company catering to SMBs with an interesting proposition: a membership that has Technology-as-a-Service written all over it. Microsoft is touting a new way of buying a PC, by not buying it at all.

-Microsoft’s blog post here.

I dug a little deeper to learn that Microsoft has already quietly debuted a Surface Membership program months before. A program where people lease their devices, trade them in after 2-3 years, get new devices and continue the cycle. Effectively always having the latest tech, just like leasing a new car. There’s technical support included (even ADH), and there are about 100 Microsoft Stores around the country to chip in from the B&M side with newly built SMB zones. Their new SMB initiative is a partnership with Dell to bring the TaaS model to the business masses.

Could Microsoft be leading the way by taking tech ownership out of the equation and capitalizing further on the subscription model that has fared so well for them? Could this as Microsoft says Accelerate Your Business?

The devil is in the details, so I dug a little deeper. Leasing is a money game, so it’s the financing that will make or break a new initiative. Microsoft’s offerings for commercial PCs are simple, just 3 devices, and 3 monthly plans at $25, $35, and $60 month. The cash price equivalents are $899, $1299, and $2199. Doing the math, it turns out that there’s an implied NEGATIVE interest rate of -3.3% by choosing to lease your device. So it’s cheaper to lease than to buy, cool. This is likely thanks to Dell’s Financial Services group and whatever discounts/deals were brokered between the two. It does feel like a pretty good deal.

As governments around the world would agree, cheap money offers the best kick to SMB sector company growth. With Microsoft and Dell leading the charge in the tech world aimed at SMBs, and with the same cheap lending approach, I think it’s a move in the right direction. TaaS could very well become the norm, for businesses (maybe even for your average consumer), and drive the engine for a new era in tech financing that everybody can benefit from.

My Magazine mid-Summer 2016

Molly My is the founder and creative behind Los Angeles based lifestyle magazine, My Magazine, a seasonal publication that encourages women to create and seek life's most beautiful things and moments. Through original content and expert advice, My Magazine is as attainable as it is elegant. For your daily dose of all things entertaining, stylish, crafty, celebratory, pretty, and healthful, head over to mollymy.com.

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Kelli Yapp

Kelli Yapp is a brand marketer and fitness professional based in New York City. Kelli's day-to-day is a balancing act comprised of: working on new business at MRY, a creative technology agency, teaching weekly classes at Exhale New York and Shadowbox NYC, working with clients privately as a fitness and health coach and contributing and writing lifestyle content.

Movement, and a lot of it, has always been a part of her repertoire. Kelli grew up dancing and training in a pre-professional ballet company, later shifting her focus to modern dance in college. She earned her BFA in Dance as well as her BA in Communications from the University of Michigan.

While dance was an unwavering life passion, she decided early in her college career that she wouldn’t go on to pursue it professionally. Advertising and brand marketing was ultimately what led Kelli to New York.

In her two years of living in New York, Kelli has taken on multiple careers, sported many hats and continues to be inspired by her clients and the community she's found through fitness, health and wellness.

"I do sweating as ritual, food as experience and life by way of upping. This crazy, exciting, balancing act between multiple careers and passions has fueled me to learn, give and do more. More of all the things I love."