Bringing Yourself Back Home
I used to live in a city that hosts over 3.8 million people. This kind of population forces you to plan. If you don't plan you're likely to be turned away, which for me has often turned into a rejection-shame spiral, and feeling stupid for not being more prepared.
I love hiking alone, but sometimes I get a little panicky that I'll get lost in the woods unable to find my way back to where I started. There's something about the experience of hiking solo that both invigorates and scares me, but there's nothing like the feeling of accomplishment when I make it out alive.