Typing “how to reduce time on social media” brings up 954,000,000 results in less than a minute. If you have tried to limit your time on social media and found that you can’t, or that it is really difficult, you are not alone.
The Daily Haloha platform allows people to reflect, connect and contribute anonymously, minimizing the negative effects of traditional social media.
"Daily Haloha is building community one question at a time." LaKay Cornell interviews Amy Giddon of Daily Haloha.
Time away from Facebook has its ups and downs, research suggests—so Kira Newman gave it a shot. Published by the Greater Good Science Center at UC Berkeley.
Caren Osten Gerszberg, a specialist in positive psychology, posed this question through Daily Haloha and shares what we can learn from the responses. An article from Psychology Today.
“Social media is broken.” This article from the New York Times imagines a different reality.
Daily Haloha cofounder Amy Giddon is interviewed by Bonnie Marcus in Forbes Women.
We just recently discovered a wonderful app that offers you a daily routine to help you feel a little more connected to the rest of humanity. The app is called Daily Haloha, and I am so appreciative to have found it.
Life coach Sara Smeaton interviews Amy Giddon for her Power Profiles series.
Written by the team at Art & Technology For a Better World, an experimental lab for a healthier technology experience located in Buenos Aires, Argentina.