Thrilled to have Daily Haloha recommended by AARP, alongside some of our favorite go-to apps like Waze, OpenTable, and Insight Timer!
Even with the continuing concerns, staying connected is vital. Dr. David Rhew, Global Chief Medical Officer at Microsoft joins Mary Furlong and co-host Fred Fishkin as they discuss the realities of where we are with the COVID pandemic and guidelines we should follow for re-emerging and engaging socially. Amy Giddon, founder at Daily Haloha, an AARP Innovation Labs company, shares her unique platform for connecting people around the world. And Pat Stenson joins us with her mom, Jean to talk about celebrating her 100th birthday during the pandemic.
Listen in as Amy joins Elijah Szasz on spark6's "The Good User Experience" to discuss Daily Haloha and her work as a seasoned leader that provides businesses with the clarity and alignment they need to grow, serve customers, engage partners and fulfill employees.
Listen in as Amy joins Nick Holder & Brian Reitz on the super cool, "How Cool is This" podcast!In a quick 5 minutes, Amy explains to Nick & Brian how in even less time - 3 minutes - you can add a daily routine to your life that makes you feel just plain good.
App of the Day is a site that publishes one great app with their followers each day.Read this article with Amy about why and how she created Daily Haloha and some of her own favorite apps. Sign up on the site to get more recommendations of great apps and to nominate your own favorite app!
Listen in as Amy joins Traci on this week’s podcast to discuss self-growth and connective consciousness while sharing her inspirational journey as a listener with Sidewalk talk and as an entrepreneur chasing her life goals!
On the podcast Turning the Tables, Amy joins Peacebeam founder, Jane Murray, to talk about why kindness can save us all.
In this second edition of the world's first paper with a focus on Digital Wellness, this report asks Wellness leaders around the world why digital wellness matters, as well as sharing a variety of trends and resources.
How do you know you're on the right career path? After working as an executive and management consultant, Amy Giddon was inspired by a wall filled with post-its in a subway in New York to start her own business and create the daily self-reflection app Daily Haloha. Listen to the Bliss Bean to hear Amy discuss this (and so much more!) with Beatrice Naujalyte.
On this first episode of her new podcast W0RK, Nikki interviewed Amy about how Daily Haloha is helping people to build empathy during a time of isolation.