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Break the routine looks to advise and guide city dwellers and suburbanites alike to think smart by different about their time and money. My goal is to provide financial wellness education, spare-time management techniques and suggestions for fun and fulfilling free time around the city I love. Through these shared articles, influences, and improved life techniques I hope you create your own plan and act on them immediately. I'm here to help and inspire you. 

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Sometimes I'll write about work, other times I'll write about you. Trust that I won't ever write about my time spent on the couch (reserved only for football Sundays).

Facing Outward - To Paris, with Admiration

Eric Roseman

I am a man who fled density for beaches and yet all I crave is collision and serendipity. After almost two years post New York City trauma, referring to the general daily living in NYC, it’s the craziness of urbanism that I miss the most — something Los Angeles, is still learning to create. After heading back to Europe for the first time in over six years, and experiencing Paris for the first time (actually my second but the first was spent taking antibiotics and curled up on a Montmartre couch), I tasted what I miss so much about a city; a city done right. Paris is the 21st century city of dreams — refreshingly new age with utmost respect and admiration for its cultural past. 

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A Humble New Beginning

Eric Roseman

In the green economy, there is Jamaica, Amsterdam and Humboldt. Until recently however, America’s tolerance for the five pronged leaf was abysmal, incarcerating more dime bag handlers then drunk drivers and the green (cannabis) economy was a black market, illegal cesspool of activity. When in December of 2017 California became the third state to legalize marijuana for recreational purposes, certain areas of the state started to take their long-standing cannabis know-how to the next level. Those mostly under-developed, highly rural and well covered areas were thrust into the limelight as the cultivation suppliers of the black market had their chance to build — “by right.”

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Buying Williamsburg, Shorting Manhattan

Eric Roseman

Enter stage left: Tokenized securities. With the advent of the decentralized smart contracts, entire asset classes are looking at tokenization as a new way to not only provide fractional interest in assets but also create liquidity across global exchanges that didn’t exist before. The root of this all stems from the Jumpstart Our Business Startups Act (JOBS act) in 2015 in which the SEC opened up Regulation A+ to allow for private companies to effectively launch mini IPOs for any asset. Markets are two way streets though.

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As The World Grows Lazier, So Goes Los Angeles Sprawl

Eric Roseman

A night out with your friends will almost always feature the “new show” discussion. “Have you seen this new series on Hulu, called A Handmaid’s tale?” “Have you seen the latest season of Narcos, Mexico style?” There’s a new social clout in town and it’s all about the quantity of consumption. Those who have stuck it out with House of Cards through the full six seasons are seen as warriors of commitment. Those who are dabbling with Amazon Prime’s Knights of the High Castle are seen as new medium pioneers. Those who are watching Narcos and Stranger Things are just run of the mill viewers - middling in the popular shows, devoid of mystery and wonder for what else is out there. While these discussions are happening worldwide, there’s one unique place that dictates your viewing habits.

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