I really don't wanna burst your bubble :( but I am pretty sure you aren't supposed to count every day activity as exercise. Sparkpeople factors in a normal amount of assumed activity when they calculate your BMR and calorie range. So if you add in these normal daily activities AGAIN you would be overestimating your fitness mins and calories burned.
Now there are some obvious things like TRULY heavy duty cleaning where lifting, bending, elbow grease, etc are involved, as well as things like farm work that are options on the fitness tracker, but I don't think that pushing around the vacuum or dusting the furniture would account for anything more than normal everyday activity that is already factored in.
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