Contrary to popular opinion, I actually like to invest stat points in Survival 10 in early game because it helps with food logistics (ie. you can eat what you kill raw without needing to build fireplaces and carry fuel wherever you go). You could eventually respec out of it once your food production is in order.
Another very important stat for me is Vitality 30. It’s slow, passive regeneration, so it won’t help you much during combat, but you’ll get back into shape without food after combat.
I don’t do PvP so I never invested much into Strength. STR10 lets you knock out thralls faster, which is important. Other than that, you just need to hit things more times to kill them, but once you know how fighting works, most NPCs should give you no trouble.
Grit is always important. No matter your level, you’ll spend a lot of time running around and swinging weapons.
I use bows a lot but I never invested any points in Accuracy. You can still use it to aggro enemies from afar, snipe weaker opponents, put some initial damage into enemies before finishing them off in close combat, etc. Of course, I don’t know what I’m missing because I never tried leveling up Accuracy, but i’m fine with what I have.