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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).

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Center of the universe

Eric Roseman

When I was a camp counselor, we use to tell the young and naive campers that Lower Merion (the main line of Philadelphia) was the center of the universe. This was an easy explanation to the eight year olds because nearly all of them (and the counselors) hailed from that blessed suburb. It was a fun little white lie to keep the kids talking about wondering. Little did I know, or them for that matter, the real center of the universe is an island due east of New Jersey and due west of the Nassau coliseum, New York City. 

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Smile, It Won't Kill You

Eric Roseman

My father would take me with him on his hospital rounds and we would pop in and out of the patient rooms conducting our business. My dad would practice his unique style of clinical and laughter oriented medicine while I would stand gazing in part encouragement and part second-hand embarrassment. My dad believes that its the laughter and the smile that really makes the patient better, the medicine is secondary.  

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