I’ve debated whether society at large, or just the surveyed would also be without these technologies. After some logical faults* with only you not having it, I think it would have to be all society.
This wouldn’t be interesting if it wasn’t difficult, so I hope it is. As for my choice, I would probably move to a very urban area (New York City, for instance) and choose not to be able to drive. Probably the second-best choice would be to move to a (more) rural area and do without indoor plumbing. On the other hand, doing without the Internet sounds difficult, but society was fine before 1993; I guess I would survive
*Logical faults like, if you were the only one that can’t use indoor plumbing, how could you use the bathroom at a restaurant.