You can track them in the "steps tracker" portion I think. The SparkPeople program calculates your TDEE (total daily energy expenditure) as if you were living a sedentary lifestyle, because most people are when they come on here, and then any added activity counts. Stuff like brushing your teeth, showering, driving, watching TV, cooking, walking to the elevator- those re all "included" already. But, added stuff counts as extra (ie, if you park further away and have to walk further). So, I say, track the steps under the steps tracker portion.