5. Pick Your Battles
Perhaps the most difficult part of a solo survival experience is the crushing work load. You chores never seem to end when you are providing for all of your own necessities. The days become a constant struggle to look for food, process water to make it safe, gather firewood, avoid hazards, enhance shelters, and signal for rescue. All of this labor wears a person out. To prevent fatigue, try to work as efficiently as possible and multi-task when it's practical. If you have the luxury of picking your battles, pick the ones that you need to win and are able to win.