RENEWMYDAY
is dedicated to
REVITALISING YOUR WORKFORCE

by improving the well-being and productivity of your people inside and outside the office

Good health is good for business

Vitality of the workforce has been scientifically proven to be a crucial condition for sustainable business, with healthy, happy and engaged employees performing significantly better. Striving for a robust corporate health and well-being strategy will therefore do your business a world of good. 

55%
Engaged employees
increased by 7 to 55%
72%
Creativity & innovation
increased by 20 to 72%
25%
Sick leave 
decreased by 25%

Introducing RENEWMYDAY®

The transformative online corporate vitality programme that addresses the growing need for healthy and happy employees.

Designed to enable employees to perform at their best by bringing enhanced balance, structure and focus into their lives, RENEWMYDAY® focuses on the holistic combination of resting, healthy and timely eating and physical activity. 

With an online programme that allows for daily mindset shifts and continuous learning, RENEWMYDAY® inspires positive changes in behaviour and performance, and eliminates routines and habits that negatively affect health, wellness, and productivity. The online modules kick-start the programme to inform and inspire participants as they commence their paths to all-round vitality. Personalised plans follow and support participants on their journey.

Holistic

The 3 Fundamentals: Eating, Resting, Physical activity

RENEWMYDAY® encourages employees to own their well-being across interconnected facets of health.

The programme focuses on eating, resting and physical activity by looking at their varied dimensions, including but not limited to focus, patterns and balance. 

Personalised

Starting with personal habits to fit each unique individual

Surveys on an employee’s current habits form the starting point of their unique journey to vitality.

RENEWMYDAY® then also provides weekly personalised tips, motivators and incentives to trigger daily mindset shifts, build positive habits and improve routines.

As such RENEWMYDAY® functions as a personalised roadmap to pro-actively pursue and self-manage vitality.  

Science-based

Based on scientific research and tested by experts

The approach is based on scientific studies such as ‘How vital companies think, act and thrive’ from the BCG Henderson Institute and opinions from experts such as J. de Jonge and M.C.W. Peeters.

RENEWMYDAY® provides employees with the latest knowledge from relevant scientific fields related to vitality, including but not restricted to the science of nutrition, sleep, meditation and exercise.

Holistic

The 3 Fundamentals: Eating, Resting, Physical activity

RENEWMYDAY® encourages employees to own their well-being across interconnected facets of health.

The programme focuses on eating, resting and physical activity by looking at their varied dimensions, including but not limited to focus, patterns and balance. 

Personalised

Starting with personal habits to fit each unique individual

Surveys on an employee’s current habits form the starting point of their unique journey to vitality.

RENEWMYDAY® then also provides weekly personalised tips, motivators and incentives to trigger daily mindset shifts, build positive habits and improve routines.

As such RENEWMYDAY® functions as a personalised roadmap to pro-actively pursue and self-manage vitality.  

Science-based

Based on scientific research and tested by experts

The approach is based on scientific studies such as ‘How vital companies think, act and thrive’ from the BCG Henderson Institute and opinions from experts such as J. de Jonge and M.C.W. Peeters.

RENEWMYDAY® provides employees with the latest knowledge from relevant scientific fields related to vitality, including but not restricted to the science of nutrition, sleep, meditation and exercise.

KEY TO VITALITY: 
The 3 Fundamentals

Research shows that resting, healthy and timely eating and physical activity are interconnected bedrocks of health. Revisiting and reconsidering our routines relating to these 3 key pillars of vitality propels us on our path to all-round well-being and heightened performance.

Resting

Sleep is vital for the proper functioning of the brain, without it we cannot form or maintain the pathways in our brains which allow us to create new memories and learn. Yet, shockingly, 1/3 of us do not get enough sleep. Unsurprisingly, this lack of sleep impedes productivity and is costing society over 100 billion euros a year. 

Meditation can sharpen our attention as it increases working memory capacity by 30%. Studies show that ten minutes of meditation can be equivalent to an hour of sleep.

Napping can boost memory and information retention five-fold. It helps in regaining concentration and increasing productivity as well as in reducing stress and anxiety. 

Healthy and timely eating

Proper nutrition can raise productivity by 20% on average, allowing tasks to be completed more efficiently. A plethora of published information underlines and proves the beneficial effects of a healthy and balanced diet on our health. This includes reduced headaches and tiredness when limiting caffeine, and reduced levels of irritability and nervousness when limiting processed and sugary foods.

Concepts such as intermittent fasting have shown to lower blood insulin levels, increase mental clarity and concentration, as well as increase energy and give a sense of rejuvenation. Introducing such patterns to our eating habits has proven to be highly revitalising when adopted long-term.

Physical activity

It is well known that regular activity is fundamental to our health. According to research, a weekly hour of physical activity reduces employee absenteeism due to illness by 1.2 days a year. 

Whether it is moving before a meeting to increase our sharpness and accuracy, or going on a power walk to refuel our creativeness and energy, introducing exercise into our daily routine helps us battle stress, combat fatigue and improve our brain capacity. The easiest way to stop our sedentary lifestyle is to start getting up and moving every 30 minutes. 

Resting

Sleep is vital for the proper functioning of the brain, without it we cannot form or maintain the pathways in our brains which allow us to create new memories and learn. Yet, shockingly, 1/3 of us do not get enough sleep. Unsurprisingly, this lack of sleep impedes productivity and is costing society over 100 billion euros a year. 

Meditation can sharpen our attention as it increases working memory capacity by 30%. Studies show that ten minutes of meditation can be equivalent to an hour of sleep.

Napping can boost memory and information retention five-fold. It helps in regaining concentration and increasing productivity as well as in reducing stress and anxiety. 

Healthy and timely eating

Proper nutrition can raise productivity by 20% on average, allowing tasks to be completed more efficiently. A plethora of published information underlines and proves the beneficial effects of a healthy and balanced diet on our health. This includes reduced headaches and tiredness when limiting caffeine, and reduced levels of irritability and nervousness when limiting processed and sugary foods.

Concepts such as intermittent fasting have shown to lower blood insulin levels, increase mental clarity and concentration, as well as increase energy and give a sense of rejuvenation. Introducing such patterns to our eating habits has proven to be highly revitalising when adopted long-term.

Physical activity

It is well known that regular activity is fundamental to our health. According to research, a weekly hour of physical activity reduces employee absenteeism due to illness by 1.2 days a year. 

Whether it is moving before a meeting to increase our sharpness and accuracy, or going on a power walk to refuel our creativeness and energy, introducing exercise into our daily routine helps us battle stress, combat fatigue and improve our brain capacity. The easiest way to stop our sedentary lifestyle is to start getting up and moving every 30 minutes. 

Resting

Sleep is vital for the proper functioning of the brain, without it we cannot form or maintain the pathways in our brains which allow us to create new memories and learn. Yet, shockingly, 1/3 of us do not get enough sleep. Unsurprisingly, this lack of sleep impedes productivity and is costing society over 100 billion euros a year. 

Meditation can sharpen our attention as it increases working memory capacity by 30%. Studies show that ten minutes of meditation can be equivalent to an hour of sleep.

Napping can boost memory and information retention five-fold. It helps in regaining concentration and increasing productivity as well as in reducing stress and anxiety. 

Healthy and timely eating

Proper nutrition can raise productivity by 20% on average, allowing tasks to be completed more efficiently. A plethora of published information underlines and proves the beneficial effects of a healthy and balanced diet on our health. This includes reduced headaches and tiredness when limiting caffeine, and reduced levels of irritability and nervousness when limiting processed and sugary foods.

Concepts such as intermittent fasting have shown to lower blood insulin levels, increase mental clarity and concentration, as well as increase energy and give a sense of rejuvenation. Introducing such patterns to our eating habits has proven to be highly revitalising when adopted long-term.

Physical activity

It is well known that regular activity is fundamental to our health. According to research, a weekly hour of physical activity reduces employee absenteeism due to illness by 1.2 days a year. 

Whether it is moving before a meeting to increase our sharpness and accuracy, or going on a power walk to refuel our creativeness and energy, introducing exercise into our daily routine helps us battle stress, combat fatigue and improve our brain capacity. The easiest way to stop our sedentary lifestyle is to start getting up and moving every 30 minutes. 

Our online modules

“Education is not learning the facts but training the mind to think”

- Albert Einstein -

Training the mind to renew our perspective on our daily routines is the foundation of the RENEWMYDAY® method. RENEWMYDAY® helps in identifying as well as adopting the right habits that will lead to optimum well-being and performance inside and outside the workplace.

Discover the modules:

Module 1

Tuning-in to vitality

Module 2

The three Fundamentals

Module 3

Finding
Focus

Module 4

Promoting Patterns

Module 5

Bringing Balance

Module 6

Roadmap
to Renewal

Module 1

Tuning-in
to vitality

Module 2

The three
Fundamentals

Module 3

Finding
Focus

Module 4

Promoting
Patterns

Module 5

Bringing
Balance

Module 6

Roadmap
to Renewal

With a wide variety of materials including videos and audio content such as interviews and podcasts, activities, whitepapers and scientific articles, the modules are designed to ensure an engaging learning experience.

We work with ambitious and contemporary business leaders in big and small organisations who believe in the power of healthy and happy people.



Connect to kick-start your vitality!

We are still developing our online academy. Please connect with us if you are interested in joining our pilot modules.

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About Renee

Renee Graadt van Roggen is the founder of RENEWMYDAY. Prior to founding RENEWMYDAY and developing the vitality method RENEWMYDAY®, she was a founding partner and a global director of TMF Group.
Renee experienced first-hand the influence of employee vitality on performance and sustainable employability. She recognized just how significantly a lacking vital mindset can negatively impact employee happiness and performance.

My story
As a global director, I found myself constantly working in different time zones. With the hours of my life in disarray, I ended up in a situation where I could no longer switch off. An unbalanced life with chaotic sleep and dissolved eating patterns made it impossible to focus and get my work done. The high stress and anxiety ultimately resulted in chronic hyperventilation causing further physical health issues.
Unable to work or move, I started reading about well-being and work vitality, as well as consulting experts. New-found information led me to embed a structure into my daily routine based on healthy and timely eating, resting and physical activity. This trinity helped me regain control of my well-being and allowed me to get back into the driver’s seat of my life.

Through openly sharing my story, I realised others often silently struggle as well. Although not always visible, constant stress and high workload can have a huge impact on employee vitality. This realisation has driven me to share my learnings and knowledge of vitality with others. I am eager to help ambitious people to thrive (again) inside and outside of the office.