Yes @gerefteast ... She survived and has had pretty good success with her challenge since.
@emorrill ... It luckily didn't kill her and she has an all-in-one shower to clean up right after.
Still ... I see some interesting things when I do these challenges.
During his challenge ... Lenny Lovelace survived three meteors.
The last one he survived landed square on his tent, destroying it as well as most of the stuff on his lot.
He had to sleep on a bench for a little over a week.
Patrick was doing the challenge and a burglar stole his tent about 18 days into the challenge.
He had to spend the nights napping on a couch at the library through the Fall and Spring of his challenge.
He could build an igloo on the lot when it snowed though ... So the winter wasn't as bad.
When he cheats on you ... You can just pause, then move him and the kids into the girlfriends house.
Then go to the relationship trans(whatever) in your phone and change your marital status with the bum.
This is true from real life stage from sims? Baby 0 to 12 months. Toddler 1 to 4 years. Child 5 to 12 years. Teen 13 to 18/21 years. Young adult 22 to 30. Adult 30 to 65. Elder 66+. Thats true?
If you want to make a technical comparison ...
Based on maximum days per category ...
In comparison from birth to high school graduation [18 years old].
(roughly ... 3 Sim days equals a month)
Baby ... 64 days ... (21 months)
Toddler ... 150 days ... (50 months) ... [6 years old]
Child ... 150 days ... (50 months) ... [10 years old]
Teen ... 300 days ... (100 months) ... [18 years old]
Young Adult ... 450 days ... (150 months) ... [30 years old]
Adult ... 450 days ... (150 months) ... [42 years old]
Elder ... 364 days ... (121 months) ... [52 years old]
Yes ... Average life expectancy of Sims allows for retirement at 42 years old ...
And death around 52 years old.