Well yeah. If you’re doing anything at all in low, what you’re really doing is playing cat and mouse with players starving for a bit of action and focused on killing you. So if you’re doing anything in low, your goal is actually “I’m doing something to kill time while waiting for some player to track me down and attack me. They won’t attack me if there’s a noticeable chance they’ll lose, so I’m unlikely to get a win in this manner.”
So your goal should really be “How long can I do activity X, while staying always ready to escape, and then escape when the hunters show up?”. If that’s not interesting for you, you need to look for something else to do.
On the other hand, no matter what you do, you have the potential to be interrupted by players looking to blow you up (for whatever reason). So your goals should keep that in mind. You might even make it a goal to be tempting bait, but always frustrating the ones trying to hunt you.