Change is necessary, it leads to growth.
Changing for no clear purpose, however, with no definable outcome other than to just "shake things up" seems counter-productive. Obivously, no one is going to shake up the major things in life (success generally isn't boring enough to fall into this category) but even the little things - I wear the same color shirt (white), the same color tie (red) and the same color pants (dark grey) to work every day (even on our Friday "casual" day, which I posted in another thread). When we go to our favorite steakhouse, I order the same prime rib cooked the same way with the same wine and Grand Mariner for a nightcap. I lease the same car every three years. I just don't see (the need to be) different as being a reason to change. I can imagine that doing the same thing day in and day out would be extremely frustrating to some.
What some see as boring and frustrating I see as the way things should be. For me, change isn't to be feared, or resisted, or in anyway rejected. It does, however, (as posted earlier) need to be empirical.
Just my two cents...