Keep technology at its simplest level. Don’t get caught buying the latest because you think you should, when there is a simpler alternative available. That doesn’t mean avoid technology. It does mean you should access it precisely to serve your purpose.
Case in point: Do you really need that electronic organizing function to write notes in when a cheap memo book will do? If there are other reasons that justify its use, fine. No problem. But consider what you really need. I know this is the “micro” example, but how about the millions you may invest in changing computer systems when what is, is doing the job perfectly.