Get off my lawn!
Or maybe, get over here ... if you're not careful you might actually learn something.
For two years, I lived with barely enough electricity to pump water for the house and gardens (veggies, not flowers), and an AM/FM cassette radio (when the pump wasn't running). For another year and a half after that, I had refrigeration as well. No Internet. For three and a half years. In the early-mid-1990s. I had dial-up telephone for communications, but I deliberately refused to access the 'net (or other so-called "normal" utilities) from home.
In that time-frame, the only things I bought with cash were razor blades, bog roll, 12V light bulbs, gas/petrol and diesel, and the telephone service. All else I either grew or hunted or bartered for.
Trust me, kids, TehIntraWebTubes[tm] are hardly necessary for life. People lived without "all mod cons" for hundreds of thousands of years before the advent of the bronze age ... And with the correct know-how, people still can.
And no, there is no app for that. You have to get your fingernails dirty, and actually pay attention to the world around you instead of mindlessly groping your iFad ...
Yes, I've often been called a neo-luddite. I'm cool with that.