I’m about to tell you something that may shock you: I don’t own a smartphone. I’ve never had one. My husband and I share a single old flip-style phone with a cheap cell phone plan.
I’m not on Twitter, either. Or Instagram. Or Pinterest. I finally gave in and got a Facebook account so I could get online coupons and post comments on certain websites, but I almost never check it.
Before you ask, no, I’m not some kind of Luddite. In fact, I use technology all the time. I do most of my communicating by e-mail, download eBooks for free, and watch TV through a streaming service. I wouldn’t be able to do my job without a computer and a high-speed Internet connection.