Toronto, ON (January 3, 2014)–Sandra Gabriel, Chief Relationship Officer at Gabriel PR formally announces that she is no longer developing websites. “There comes a time in one’s career when it’s time to move on to new challenges,” says Gabriel. “I feel like I’ve gotten as far as I can go with web development and now I need to switch focus,” she adds. Web development makes up about 80-90% of Gabriel PR’s business, but Gabriel shares that the business is not letting go of web development entirely. “I will still offer web development as

Believe it or not, there was a time when I was so sick of social media, I couldn’t bare to read  or see one more thing about it. I was working in corporate communications at the time and social media was still fairly new to me, but my boss wanted me to learn everything about it so I spent hours in training and research to find out as much as possible and one day I decided that I just couldn’t stand it anymore. Then I began to see social media

For most of this year, I’ve been exhausted by the whole ‘self-help’ movement. I feel like a lot of us have been communicating the same messages about having high self-esteem and be yourself, and confidence is key and YOU CAN DO IT! and blah blah blah and I guess there are still people out there that need this type of positive reinforcement, especially the generation behind me; but I wonder how much is it really helping people? The first time this feeling struck me was in 2012; I saw Oprah

For the first time in almost 5 years, I’m planning my next vacation and it looks like I’m going to see Prince in New Orleans July 2014 for the 20th anniversary of the Essence Music Festival. I was driving home the other night and I heard Prince come on singing “When Doves Cry” and out of nowhere I heard this scream and then I realized the scream came from me as my heart and mind felt that I was going to see Prince and my body reacted before I could

I’m listening to CNN cover the breaking news of Nelson Mandela passing away and while we’re sad to lose him, I can’t help but get a sense of relief for him. The first time I learned about Mandela was in my Black History class in high school. We learned about his stand against apartheid and his time in prison and how he became the first Black president of South Africa and how much he was loved and celebrated for the unity he brought to his people. And every time I

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