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How to Record Your Score

Recording Your Score is Key

One of the most important aspects of the Whole Life Challenge is the daily practice of recording your score. It's a chance to look back at your day and evaluate how you're doing.

Believe it or not, it's also one of the ways that the Challenge will keep your mind on what you've committed to doing each day.

There are a few aspects of scoring you might not be familiar with, so take a moment to find out how to manage this critical part of the game.

Entering your score on the site

You can enter your score on your desktop, tablet, or smartphone browser (Firefox is recommended)  via our website: https://play.wholelifechallenge.com/login

Remember, you'll enter between 0 and 5 points for Nutrition, indicating how many points out of 5 you kept for the day, and a "yes" or "no" (earning 5 or 0 points each) for the remaining categories--Exercise, Mobility, Sleep, Hydration, and Well-Being Practice.

Finally, you'll enter your Reflection. We consider this the heart and soul of the Whole Life Challenge. It's your chance to close the circle for the day—look at what you learned, what you accomplished, which commitments you kept, and which ones you might not have. It's a great opportunity to be totally honest with yourself and a great way to get support from your team!

For more on what to say (and not say) in your Reflection, please have a look here.

Remembering to Log in

One of the most frustrating things can be to do everything the Challenge asks you to do and then forget to record your progress! Setting up daily reminders to enter your score is a great way to make sure you get all the credit you deserve.

  • Setting the Whole Life Challenge as your web browser home page is a sure way to make sure you don't forget to visit the site every day.
  • A daily alarm on your smartphone is another good practice for keeping daily logging in mind at whatever time of the day you think is best—especially on the weekends when you're less likely to be on the computer
  • Make sure your time zone is set correctly and that you have the reminder email enabled in your privacy settings. That will send you a reminder five hours before scoring closes if you haven't entered your score yet.

Entering your score on time

It's important to remember that scoring opens each day at 7pm local time. You won't be able to submit your score until 7pm, but you will have a full 29 hours, until 11:59pm the following night, to complete your score entry for the day once the scoring window does open. If you're in bed before 7pm, you can still wake up the next morning and log your efforts at any time during that day or evening.

Using Mulligans

Every now and then it happens—you forget to log in and record your score before the cutoff. Not to worry. We're only human, too! Every player receives three "mulligans" to use over the duration of the Challenge that will allow re-opening scoring for a missed day.

Mulligans aren't permission to give yourself a perfect score, but they do allow you to re-open scoring for a day you missed the scoring window for. A mulligan can only re-open scoring for a day with no score present, not edit a previously scored day, even if that score was only partially entered.

Two Main Ways to Use a Mulligan

First, you can drop down the notification list and click on YES next to any "it appears you're missing..." notification, like this:

Then, enter the score you earned that day, include your reflection, and SUBMIT the score as usual.

Or, you can click on the arrow next to "X Missed Days":

Then click on the day you want to enter the score for:

Once you do that, the scoring window will open and you'll be able to enter the score you earned for that day, enter your reflection, and SUBMIT as normal.

Still Have Questions?

If you still have questions, please send us a message - support@wholelifechallenge.com or use the chat widget at the bottom of your screen. We are happy to help you!

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