I am acting as a sponsor for a candidate in RCIA. She'll be joining the church in just a few days, and it truly has been wonderful helping her through this process. A few weeks ago she pulled me aside with a question. Apparently, we had failed to explain all the devotions that we talk about (Rosary, Stations of the Cross, Adoration) are optional. She was feeling a bit overwhelmed and wanted to know what to do! We ended up coming up with an analogy that helps explain all these great things we have available as Catholics. It is like we have a buffet of devotions! You have to take a tray and a plate and silverware, which could represent Jesus and the Sacraments. But then you get to pick from the huge variety of devotions the people of the Church have developed over 2000 years. They are all wonderful of course, but different people may enjoy different ones. And that's okay! We have the blessing of having many options with which to explore and deepen our faith.
When was the last time you checked out something Catholic other than Sunday Mass and Sacraments? There's a short little article here that might give you some ideas and explains some of the more common ones.