I would think that simply leaving your immediate area for a remote location could work well enough.
After filling your day pack with enough food and water for 36 hours*, just get in your car and head out for a random location that you wouldn't normally pick.
If you live in a city, head to a rural area, like a cabin in the woods. If you are normally rural, disguise yourself and head into town for a really nice hotel. If you like the cold, head to the desert. If you love heat, head to the mountains. Instead of doing a 180 on your normal decisions, do a 90 so it's even less obvious where you're deviating. "Jim loves his cabin in the woods, so he's definitely not going there. Probably going to hit a penthouse instead, if he's changing all of his decisions to be completely backwards." Well, guess what, Jim went to a small town instead and is hiding in an abandoned barn. It's sort of like the cabin in the woods, but it isn't the penthouse, either. Just because the hayloft isn't ground floor, it doesn't mean it's the penthouse. ;-)
Regardless where you end up, you need to stash/ditch your vehicle miles away from where you're hiding out. You may also want to backtrack, so it's less obvious where your trail is going. Don't get to the edge of town then get out and walk in the same direction, is what I'm talking about. If you're headed to a cabin, drive past your turn off for a while, then turn down a different "nowhere" road (the one's Siri doesn't know about) to stash your car before you head to your cabin. If you're going to a hotel, drive to the far edge of town, then double back to your hotel, while paying cash and giving a false name. Also, don't use room service.
You might also want to get some ill fitting shoes, so you're harder to track. You may want to add a bunch of unnecessary weight to your pack to hide better, as well as changing the length of your stride. "Sue wears a size 8 sneaker. These are size 10's extra wide. Also, this person is 60lbs heavier, has a 6" longer stride than someone her size should have, and has a limp. This is definitely not Sue." Only someone who really knows tracking would be able to spot the problems with a larger shoe and longer stride would create.
There's lots of ways to disguise yourself, which can be found online. Changing your gender of clothing is a basic one, as well as changing your attitude or how you project yourself.
A big burly guy can do this and get away with it at the right spot. I mean, if you're over 6 ft tall, somewhat heavy but still muscular, have lots of body hair with a low slung, flashy dress and act obnoxiously drunk, people will probably actively look away, especially in a small town.
A diminutive woman can change into a "business only" guy with a sports coat, briefcase, Ray Bans, and a fedora, as long as they stand up straight, walk like they have somewhere to go (without rushing), and keep their hands from fidgeting. This is a perfect "big city" disguise.
Going full "drag queen", with cosmetics applied with a trowel and a paintbrush, will change your face more than enough to make it unrecognizable to most people. This would work for men and women. You may even want to purposely apply the foundation badly, so it looks like you have a real skin problem you're trying to hide, if people look too closely.
You can also find an abandoned high rise or large factory/warehouse, then pretend you're a vagrant. Some makeup (facial appliance), dirt, ripped clothes, a dirty threadbare blanket you wear as a shawl, a nasty attitude, and never staying in one spot for longer than 30 min would keep you hidden for at least a day. Abandoned buildings tend to have a lot of hiding spots anyway, so this would be a great way to lay low. Also, not many people go out looking for homeless people, which is unfortunate and going into a diatribe about that is out of scope for this question.
If you're more of an outdoor type person and can stay still for countless hours, a ghillie suit might be all you need to hide out in a grassy field.
* I suggest 36 hours so that you have enough time to get where you're "going", hiding for the required amount of time, then getting back to your daily life. This also allows room for not allocating enough food and water for yourself during the first 2 days. The third day you can hit a store on the way "back", so it's not as critical.