I find playing against bad players a lot harder than playing against the good ones. It's impossible to put a good read on a villian who raises preflop with any face card/rags.
There are two things very important to playing these low stakes games. Firstly bet sizing. As big of donks as they are pot odds
mean little to them. Watch out for pushing out all the people that you beat and only keeping the people that beat you in the hand. For the most part these players are playing the money more than they are playing the cards and even giving them proper odds to draw a lot of times they will fold. Don't put them off their odds by much or your hands will only win the blinds and lose 20%+ of your stack. I find 3/4 pot bets will lose you money in the long run. Try and keep it down to around 1/2 the pot normally. At these stakes you're more than likely not going to get anyone off of a flush draw.
Secondly, don't represent the hands you have. Try and keep your betting amounts static and play ABC poker. Your check-raise will not be noticed. If you want to make a cute move try this. Be passive every now and then (once every 100 hands or less) until the river. Nothing confuses a player more than a TAG player who all of a sudden checks then flat calls every street and makes a pot sized bet on the river.
Whatever you do, don't get used to playing like a donk. Keep playing good poker!! It will pay off in the end. Every stake level requires some adjusting but never should you start playing any 2 random cards just because the donks suckout with them.