After Amazon stuck their nose into politics, a couple of weeks ago, I dumped them. I thought it would be difficult, but it hasn't been. There are a million other online sources for items. The only tough one for me was Audible. I had about 20 books on there, and I can't access them without the app or figuring out how to convert them. I'll just start my audio library over.
Google, on the other hand, is much tougher. I started a business in 2017 and set up my domain, website, and email using Google. It was the only way I could find that was easy enough to DIY. I don't think I have the technical know-how to migrate all of that somewhere else. I have an IT consultant, so I'll have to pay him to do it when I have a chance.
I had already dropped Twitler and rarely used FB, so both of those were easy.
I have used Sync.com before, and it's pretty good, so I am going to transfer my cloud-based services from Google Drive and Dropbox to them.
Changed from Firefox to Brave, and Brave has been an improvement.
I know Big Tech won't miss me. I feel better not working with groups that have expressed active contempt for my kind. Also, state secession is out, but maybe there's a chance a parallel economy might emerge, so I'd like to support the alternatives to Big Tech.