I have previously said you probably want to, or at least should want to, move away from Google Chrome as your web browser. I also listed a couple of alternatives, but reading back I noticed I wasn't more specific in how you can, and probably should, set those alterntives up. Let's start with Firefox.
Your house. Your family and kids. Your health status & insurances. Your job & income. Your car. Your friends. I'm guessing all of those things are, to a varying degree, important to most of us. We care about them, and that they are safe and well. We usually do not share too many details about them with complete strangers. Except when you use web sites online...
Right, so I took a couple of days off my summer vacation to finish off what I had started when it comes to sorting out self-hosted email & calendars for the entire family. This is what I've done.
Due to both work and interests I have been very active on social media for many years. All of them. Facebook, Twitter, Instagram etc, but also the old ones that are no longer in business. Basically, if there was a new service I signed up on it and tried it out. Often it was to figure out what the service was all about and thus also to figure out how it worked.
As I'm changing things in most places when it comes to my online life and my online services etc I ran into problems with updating a couple of things. This was not related to me changing behaviours/apps, but in general, to updating software/services I was already using.