I was wondering if anyone had any good advices, best if you can speak from experience from living on the street. I plan to go live on the street for the next 3 months now as I cannot stand the situation where I live in anymore. The biggest challenges that I see with living on the street is how to survive the weather and environment. Mostly the rain. I don't want to go in the woods because there are too many crawling ants, ticks and other bugs that would just make sleeping on the ground a nightmare. Also when there is rain, sleeping on the ground would be a huge problem, I only plan to carry a backpack, so enough to carry a pillow and some accessories and just the survival minimum, so maybe a few extra pair of shocks but no more then 1 piece of shirt. I would think sleeping in a park would make dealing with the weather easier as you can sleep there at night on a platform of some kind, mostly in the little attractions (yeah there aren't going to be any kids from 10pm to 8am) will they? My issue is I don't really know what legislation there is for the homeless, what is legal or accepted. I would think if some adult would see you in the park sleeping, he/she could be tempted to call the police? So beside the woods or the park, I only see the street, people in big cities do that and no one cares. I dont really want to go live in a big city though where all the crowd is, I was hoping for a more rural place where homeless people is next to non existent. The main reason is there are too many people. For 1, I want to be in the most quiet place as possible but not too isolated as I still need to access the grocery store and 2, if I was to live in a big city and sleeping on the bench, i would get very distracted and most likely fearful of getting rubbed or attacked/bothered. I would still carry around me my cellphone which would be my only source of distraction and also my only expensive baggage beside my pocket. Which also makes me question why there aren't ever any homeless people in rural city. I would still have a source of income from the welfare as I currently live on it and I wouldn't change my address so i wont need to be begging for money, which allows me to able to go anywhere. Anyways so that's really it and aside from the cold but I would think an extra layer under my jeans, my sweatshirt and 2 jacket should cover that. Here it gets around 15 to 30 degrees Fahrenheit at its worst but this should only be short lived as summer is coming soon. So let me know your tips and please none of that "please seek help and try to fix your home situation" I've been considering living on the street for a very long time but never had the guts to finally make the move until now, thank you.