Saturday, December 26, 2015

2015 Top Ten Posts

Photo by Tom Magliery.
2015 is winding down, so it's time to take a backwards glance.

I'm completing my fourth year of blogging.

This year I wrote on topics ranging from biomarkers of aging, through films and novels with late life protagonists, to books about death and the death industry.

I wrote over 70 posts this year.

These are the Top 10 most viewed posts written in 2015.

In ascending order . . . .


#10 French Films about Aging 

#9  Biomarkers for Aging

#8  Mr. Holmes: Movie Review  

#7  Causes of Death for Those in Midlife 

#6  Advanced Style: Film Review  

#5  Goodbye, Size 4!

#4  Films about Aging Released in 2014 

#3  Stroke Survivors: Celebrity Boomers 

#2  Being Brain Healthy: Book Review 

#1  Celebrities Born in 1962 


Related:

2014 Top 10 Posts

2013 Top 10 Posts

14 comments:

  1. Karen, thanks for posting this; I enjoyed the retrospective. Happy new year!

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  2. Films and health seem to be the top ones. Who doesn't like a blog about a film or a health issue we all experience!

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    1. Thanks for stopping by the blog, Harlee.

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  3. I love your approach to longevity and aging. I would have to say your blog on "Biomarkers for Aging" was my fav! Here is to happy healthy aging in 2016!

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    1. That research study about biomarkers was my favorite evidence-based article of 2015. I'm glad you enjoyed reading about the results of their research.

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  4. You've had so many great posts this year. I'm going back now to read the ones I somehow missed. Happy new year!

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  5. I am so thrilled that your post on my book made your list! Your advise was invaluable and I so enjoy reading your work because I, without fail, learn something. I am looking forward to learning with and from you again this coming year!

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    1. My blog readers really liked the post about your book (Being Brain Healthy). Thanks for letting me get a look at it prior to the official publication date. Good stuff!

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  6. I missed the biomarkers so I am off to take a look! Thanks for the post!

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  7. Wow! You've inspired me to get back into my blog.

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    1. Have fun creating content for your blog in 2016, Janie!

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