Navigation without a cycling computer/GPS

As I progress my cycling and begin to build up my miles on the bike, I have been faced with a bit of a dilemma.

While I try to mix up my routes, I often find myself hitting many of the same roads on every ride. I'm keen to add some variation to my rides and find some new roads, but I'm afraid my sense of direction usually let's me down!

My question is, is there a way to plan routes and navigate without a GPS-enabled cycling computer? Or is it worth investing in a basic (relatively cheap) cycling computer like the Garmin Edge 130 (https://www.halfords.com/cycling/cycling-technology/cycle-computer-gps/g...)?

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