New Services Offered

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We are going through many changes here at Open Pages Publishing and will be offering more services. If you are interested in these services, please contact us today. Stay tuned for more changes! PUBLISHING SERVICES EDITING Hourly and per word rates—OPP offers four levels of editing depending on your manuscript and preferences: developmental (which we offer as writing coaching), substantive, … Read More

Rescuing Your Relationship

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Pick up the newspaper or go online and read the headlines and you will see that there are always celebrity couples that are fighting, separating or getting a divorce.  The problem with this is that they make it look so glamorous.  There is nothing glamorous about getting a divorce. There is nothing sensational about someone hurling hurtful words and downing … Read More

Halloween Decor

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(This is too fun not to share! Courtesy of The AmeriSpecSWFL Team) Do you love Halloween but the thought of covering your living space in that tacky fake spider web netting causes your skin to crawl? Does the thought of giving up your elegant and comfortable style in lieu of too much orange and black make you cringe? Thankfully, there are other … Read More

Are You Up For the Challenge?

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Are You up for the Challenge? “How you respond to the challenge in the second half will determine what you become after the game, whether you are a winner or a loser.”  Lou Holtz It’s already familiar to us that real progress happens when we are prone to leaving our comfort zone. And challenging yourself to do that has become … Read More

Sleep is Vital to Your Teen

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Sleep is vital to your teens’ overall well-being, as important as the air they breathe, the water they drink, and the food they eat. It can even help your child eat better and manage the stress of being a teen. Biological sleep patterns shift toward later times for both sleeping and waking during adolescence, meaning it is natural to not be … Read More

Teachable Moments University

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Check out the new Teachable Moments University. A place where growth-minded individuals can learn to reach their full potential and fulfill their purpose. Looking for a specific course? Let me know.  

Teens and Substance Abuse

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Substance use among teens ranges from experimentation to dependence. The consequences range from none to minor to life threatening, depending on the substance and frequency of use. Even minor use raises the risk of significant harm, including overdose, motor vehicle accidents, and consequences of sexual contact, such as pregnancy and sexually transmitted diseases. Parental attitudes and the examples parents set … Read More

Personal Finance Hacks for Homebuyers

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  Personal Finance Hacks for Homebuyers If you’re in the market to buy a house but don’t like doing things like everyone else, try hacking your way to your goals. Conventional methods exist for a reason — they have been proven to work time and time again. They’re not the only way to operate, though, so we’re turning conventional wisdom … Read More

Outdoor Fun Under the Sun

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Summertime is here! Outdoor Fun Under the Sun! Summertime is here again. For many of us it means spending a few more hours outdoors enjoying the nicer weather, sports events, or other adventures. Are you exploring the local parks or playing at the nearby lakes, river or beaches? Even for those of us less mobile, the change in the season means … Read More

New Book Launched Today – Get Your Copy!

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Teens Dodging “Bullets” launched today. Is your teen prepared for the social issues of today? Dodging “bullets” used to mean he/she got a “D” instead of an “F.” Or, a teen who thought she was pregnant and wasn’t. Now it means so much more. Turn on the news and most likely the stories you hear will include school shootings, bullying, … Read More