When I do work outside of my computer, I feel different. It might be the placebo effect, but I feel as if I'm unlocking a layer of creativity. If I'm editing content, I'll print it outside. If I'm laying out details for a project, I'll hand jot notes. When I make my daily To Do list, it is always on an index card.
Moving my work from online to offline results in a shift in perspective. How else does can one do this? Exposure to different people. Most people I know, including myself, spend the most time with people they are similar to. It is because it is easier. It is easier to meet these people because you do similar things and are in similar places. It is easy to have a conversation and create a connection. It also puts you in a box. Add on the fact that most of us live a structured life and the result is that we see the world from a very limited view.
A perspective shift, even as small as hand writing instead of typing, is extraordinary.