Everything will be the same but slightly different.
You'll still commute by terrible gasoline-powered automobiles to your shitty job. Your car will easily get 50 mpg, which you'll love, except it's not nearly good enough to make an impact on the world… especially when you continue to drive your car everywhere rather than biking or walking to places within a couple miles.
You'll still only save a meager portion of your earnings. That 20% savings goal that you shoot for but never hit is pathetic, which is why you're going to be working for another 20 years or more. Everybody else will be in a similar situation, and people will continue to put tiny amounts of money into savings accounts that net nearly zero interest and fall far short of inflation.
TVs will have better resolution and other gimmicky "smart" features that really don't improve the function of the TV… but hey, they have to find something to slap on the label so you'll still pay the same price you're paying now.
Buildings will look the same from the outside, getting taller and taller for no reason, scraping the sky like metal fingers and failing to take advantage of solar power. Your house, if you're lucky enough to own one, will be made of absolutely terrible materials that will begin to fall apart by the time you retire.
People will wear slightly different clothes than they do now. My guess is that clothes will be nearly 100% synthetic materials, because synthetic materials are easier to tune to specific attributes (moisture-wicking stretchy-fit breathable temperature-guard whatever) so you'll buy a different undershirt for every situation. Color will go out of style.
Furniture will be made of what is essentially cardboard, and you'll wonder how people used to be able to afford things crafted from real wood.
Computers will be notably faster. Your current computer will work just fine, and the only reason you will upgrade is because the software you want is "incompatible" with older computers.
Video games will have better graphics, I suppose, but the gameplay will continue to deteriorate from where it was in the 90's. PC gaming will still be weird, so every 5 years you'll shell out money for a console marginally better than the last.
Everything else will be exactly the same.