I'll find it tough to be without tobacco, I've gotta admit. Although in my case cutting back a little and stashing a pouch or two away for a rainy day might be a good idea, and slowly build up a stockpile. I was in dire financial straits a few years back and was living on £10 a week whilst I had my debts assessed. I smoked about 2 or 3 cigs a day and I coped fine, despite the cravings.I won't be one of those who will go crazy by losing their TV, cellphone, drugs, coffee and cigarettes, though.
As for TV and phones, meh, I'll not really notice them when they're defunct. I use an old skool flip top phone with no web connection anyway. I find the modern obsession with smart phones absurd, if I'm honest.
The future, much like the present, is going to be quite a challenge. It will be genuinely fascinating to see how things unfold, and then it's a matter of being competent enough to rise to the worldly challenges. If it's 5d I'm destined for, well, it'll be nice to see my brother again. As a person who has a 14 year history of mental illness, I've had to seriously scale down my life ambitions already.