3) How To Make Your Escape
Now that you are prepared physically and mentally, it is time to set a time and date for your escape. The most ideal time of year to runaway, in the northern hemisphere, is in the late spring. In this way, you can avoid frigid nights and sleep relatively comfortable out doors.
The time of day you leave really depends on your situation. You may want to leave after your parents go to work or after they have fallen a sleep. If they don’t work or are light sleepers, you can always leave from school. If you can’t sneak out at lunch, try getting off at a different bus stop on the ride home. What ever you decide, it is vital that no one catches you or knows of your plans. This way you will have enough time to put some distance between you and your hometown.
Once you have left, you should head to your local train or bus station. Check the timetable and take whatever comes first. Your main goal right now is to get out of your town, state or even country.
In the first couple of hours, you are going to be on quite an adrenaline rush and you might be tempted to tell others what you have done. However, unless you feel you can really trust the person, never tell anyone that you have runaway. If you do, you risk that person calling the police and you being caught.