In a Content Rut? Simple Ways to Shake Things Up

With a universe of content at our fingertips, it seems impossible that we could run out of new things to discover and explore. And yet more often than not, we visit the same websites, listen to the same songs and check out the same authors. Though those selections have their merit, getting out of your routine and exposing yourself to new music, movies or books is a great way to inspire creativity and open the door to a different way of seeing things. With that in mind, here are a few tips to shake up your routine and try something new.

1. Explore unfamiliar music. Be it jazz, opera or country, listen to a genre of music you are completely unfamiliar with and use noise-isolating audio peripherals to fully discover unknown frequencies and rhythms. The Logitech UE 900s deliver unmatched clarity and isolation – you’ll swear you’re right next to the musician. Check out the music discovery website Songza for a bevy of curated playlists fit for any mood or time, it’s a surprisingly catchy experience that will have you adding all sorts of new favorites in minutes.

2. Put your gaming products to use with some new games from Steam. Featuring everything from action to indie games, Steam’s content is developed by some of the most creative minds in the industry and the library continues to expand daily. You can find tons of games for less than $10 (or sometimes even $5,) and each one provides hours of inspired fun Today’s game developers are true artists, putting their dreams into pixels for all of us to enjoy. And if you’re looking for more inspiration, check out our new Logitech G700s.


3. Are you the bookish type? Don’t know where to start? Check out Goodreads for one of the best literary-minded communities on the Internet. There’s a lot of fun stuff on the site like book trivia and a repository of quotes to while your day away. Think of it as a database of books you’ve read, want to read, or have read but stopped in the middle unexpectedly. If you’re not the type of person who likes to turn physical pages, use your iPad complete with our fashionable FabricSkin Keyboard Folio to read digital books in style.



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