I've lived in the same house for almost 30 years and it was over 90 years old when we bought it.
You learn to do almost everything: electrical, plumbing, carpentry, paint, roofing (ugh!). You learn on a basic, visceral level how things work, fit together, fall apart. You 'feel' aging. You learn to predict.
In that time I've probably been through 25+ computers (many were servers), who knows how many peripherals, software, etc. Many are just a blur now.
And in the basement is a darkroom for, wait for it,.... film development and printing.
So, I can wake up in the morning, walk across 120 year old floors, and partake of a hobby that goes back over 150 years, essentially unchanged.
Ah, you young whipper-snappers...