How you play the game!


Each Day you will receive 2 emails from the game …


(1) A Daily Gratitude – email from your team and HQ 


The daily gratitude rule is designed to help us focus on what is right in our world, while we work on changing the things we want to improve. Spend a few minutes each day in quiet reflection, and remind yourself of the little things that make you smile and share with your team.


(2) Daily Inspiration & Challenge – first thing in the morning!


Open the Daily Challenge email – follow the link to the website. Read, reflect and respond to the challenge, take your time and read the post, reflect on the questions and respond to the inquiry. Taking time to connect your core values to your Health Vision will help solidify your choice for change. The challenges are designed to facilitate your journey in this game and further your success!


Use your Daily Scorecard to record your completion of the Core Components each day for your success journal. At the end of each day you will submit your daily score into the website, answer the questions and we’ll do the rest. You have one opportunity each 24 hours to input your score.


Each team’s collective scores will be averaged end of each week for a weekly winner. And again, at the end of the game for an overall winner!


All Challenges are OPTIONAL 

The game challenges offer an option of looking deeper into the process of healthy living and an opportunity to have more fun, earning bonus points that will move your team further along and perhaps make up for a penalty or two received along the way. It’s a game, it’s supposed to be fun, and not an obligation.


  • Daily Challenges — come into your mailbox daily and you have the option of participating, just a thought to help you with the journey… A question to ponder and hopefully assist you in the journey of small changes over time can make a big difference in your life.


  • Weekly Challenges are just that — they come once a week, usually require more work, thought, and effort to complete.  Like setting your SMARTER Goals — really thinking things through.  What have you done in the past that hasn’t worked for your long-term health goals and how can you make a shift that will work better for you in the long run?


  • Exercise Challenges — again, weekly — something to consider about your exercise program.  As we (not you) are aging, things tend to happen, aches, pains, injuries, etc.  And, I have found that those things often are a result of too much exercise, not enough stretching, poor posture or form in exercise, not enough rest, etc….  These will be small things to think about in regards to your body… Do you need to adjust, change, add, subtract anything that might make your fitness program more successful or fun?