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Stephanie Slater

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Date registered: January 20, 2011


My name is Stephanie Slater and I'm a middle-aged woman (ergo, a MAW) living in Victoria, B.C. In my MAWlife.ca blog I discuss (rant, rave and/or drone on about) issues and events of interest to MAWs in Victoria and beyond. Feel free to join the conversation!

Latest posts

  1. Wayson Choy – the storyteller as survivor, the survivor as storyteller — October 9, 2012
  2. Limitless potential – lessons from Silken Laumann — June 12, 2012
  3. Authentic conversations – the currents of communication — June 11, 2012
  4. Adventure on the low seas: outrigger paddling in Victoria — October 26, 2011
  5. Homosexuality – what is there to fear? — October 19, 2011

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  1. A guide for people experiencing mental illness in the family — 6 comments
  2. Stepping out of the comfort zone – it’s a good thing! — 4 comments
  3. We love you for no reason but a reason would be f’n nice — 3 comments
  4. Cultivating creativity with creative “compost” — 3 comments
  5. Launching MAWlife – a blog for middle-aged women — 2 comments

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Wayson Choy – the storyteller as survivor, the survivor as storyteller


When author Wayson Choy was growing up in Vancouver, there used to be signs in the tony British Properties subdivision that read: “No Chinese, no Irish, no dogs allowed.” The Purdy’s Chocolate store had a sign saying: “We use white labour only.” During the Second World War, the Chinese Canadian community made up its own …

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Limitless potential – lessons from Silken Laumann


When Silken Laumann was eight years old, author W.O. Mitchell came to her school to read from Who Has Seen the Wind. She decided right then that she wanted to become a writer. This, despite the fact that she couldn’t actually read at the time because of what was then called a “learning issue.” Laumann …

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Authentic conversations – the currents of communication

CPRS-Anna Maria Tremonti

I found myself crying today during Anna Maria Tremonti’s presentation to Currents – the national conference of the Canadian Public Relations Society. I cried several times, in fact. Tremonti is the host of the CBC Radio program The Current and the name of her session was “Answer the damn question!
 The tussle for truth, perspective and …

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Adventure on the low seas: outrigger paddling in Victoria

The Slackers enjoying coffee and biscotti shorlty before the portage. I am cut off at the far right of the picture...

If you happened to be driving along Victoria’s Gorge Road last Saturday and saw six people hauling an outrigger canoe down the street – that was my team. Here’s the story: We belong to a recreational outrigger group called The Slackers that paddles out of the Go Rowing club headquartered at Garbally Road on Victoria’s …

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Homosexuality – what is there to fear?

Antonio Banderas - not afraid to play "gay"

I knew I liked Antonio Banderas for a reason – and it’s not just because he’s an exotically good-looking movie star (although that’s a pretty good reason)! I was reading an article about Banderas today and was struck by a section about his 1987 film Law of Desire in which he plays a gay character. …

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Mental illness – it’s time to start talking

Russ and Bruce Courtnall at the CFAX radiothon to raise funds for mental health

I’m so proud of our youngest son Ryder. He was interviewed by A Channel News for a story about mental illness. He candidly and articulately described his experience when he was hospitalized earlier this year under the Mental Health Act.  That took a lot of courage, I’m sure, so good for him because as a …

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Stepping out of the comfort zone – it’s a good thing!

Stepping out of our comfort zone helps keep our brains fresh and active

When my pal Jocelyn and I visited Duncan recently, I convinced her to buy a fabulous and funky pair of grey shoes. She’d been looking for a black pair and frankly, with her conservative sartorial inclinations, there was no way she would have bought these shoes without my encouragement. I posted a photo of her …

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Seven ways WonderWord can help you be more creative and effective

slate grid

A few months ago, I took up the daily WonderWord puzzle to help keep sharp my brain sharp in the face of the dreaded “mental-pause” syndrome that strikes so many of us in middle age.  In my daily ponderings of this word puzzle I have realized it has much to teach us about being creative …

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Only start: “just do it” tips for overcoming procrastination

woman ready to race

Yesterday I cleaned my laundry room. I’m not expecting a drum roll here, or cheers or accolades (though that would be nice!) My point is about starting tasks – that often it only takes just starting to get something done. I’d let the laundry room get ridiculously cluttered for weeks. It’s a multi-purpose room that …

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Mental Health Week: self-care tips for promoting mental health

What are you doing to "clean up" your mental health?

May 1 – 7 is Mental Health Week in Canada. It’s a good occasion to remember what each one of us can do to promote and maintain our own mental health. I’ve analysed my weekend to see what I’ve done to support my mental well-being recently. It turns out it was a pretty good weekend!  …

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