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 


2018 Top 10 Posts - including a book review of Ageless Soul

2017 Top 10 Posts - including a Federal Report on Aging

2016 Top 10 Posts - including a Collection of Quotes on Aging

2014 Top 10 Posts -  including APA's Guidelines for Working with Older Adults

2013 Top 10 Posts - including Films Depicting Alzheimer's Disease

2012 Top 10 Posts - including Films about Aging


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

  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!

  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!

    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.

  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!

  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!

    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!

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

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

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