We are thrilled to announce the launch of the brand new 'SJF Buzz' Podcast at SJF Communications! Our Host - Susan J. Farese discusses upcoming client events in the San Diego area! Future episodes will include interviews with interesting guests! We'll explore different career paths, learn about people from other generations, role models, mentors, creatives … Continue reading SJF Buzz Podcast Launch!
It's that time again in San Diego...The marine layer is proudly beaming lately and we kid about it as 'May Gray'. I visited Sunset Cliffs in Point Loma on May 21st and was delighted with such natural beauty there... Take a gander at these photos. Not a sunny day, but I still witnessed gorgeous rock … Continue reading Magnificent Sunset Cliffs – Despite the May Grays
In honor of National Poetry Writing Month (#napowrimo) I have mastered the first few days in previous blog posts and am attempting to keep it going (with and without prompts)! As I have stated previously, I've been a Mentor at San Diego State University in their Aztec Mentor Program since 2016. Mentoring has been an inspirational … Continue reading National Poetry Writing Month Day #3 ‘Thriving’ – Haiku & Photos
Please join me at my next SJF Communications Workshop: 'Capturing your Creativity: Haiku Poetry' with Susan J. Farese, SJF Communications Saturday, April 7, 2018 - 2:30 - 4:30 pm (All levels welcome) at San Diego Writers Ink Arts District Liberty Station 2730 Historic Decatur Road, San Diego 92106 #202-204, Barracks 16, 2nd floor above Women's Museum Hope … Continue reading Capturing your Creativity: Haiku Poetry with Susan J. Farese 4/7/18 at San Diego Writers Ink
My Mom, (who recently turned 80 years "young"), always said..."Nothing in life is free". Well, Mom, you were "almost" completely right! For my birthday this year I did something really out of the ordinary: I traveled solo to and from the beautiful Mediterranean picturesque Santa Catalina Island, population just over 3000 (I will be referring … Continue reading Ahoy ! My Solo Trip Adventure to Catalina Island!