Update of Top 100 Senior Blogs & Sites

By Michelle Seitzer / Posted on 14 May 2012

Check out our update of the ever-popular Top 100 listing of boomer/senior blogs!Last March, we offered a list of our favorite websites for boomers and seniors. Since its release, the blog post has generated 83 comments, most coming from site visitors who were grateful for the extensive compilation.

We also received quite a few suggestions for additional resources over the past year. With all of this in mind, check out our update, “New Sites for 2012.” Also, if you haven’t perused it before, browse the original top 100 list too. Most of these sites are still operational, with the exception of Swap Meet Dave (under the “Tickling Your Funnybone” section) and Crowning Touch USA (under the “Moving, Downsizing and Transition Services” section); links have been disabled accordingly.

New Categories:

  • Just for Boomers — This site promises “boomer news for all your boomer needs.” Head to the SharpSeniors blog to learn more.
  • All About Alzheimer’s — Founded by Carlos Barrios, who lost his grandfather to the disease, EndearforAlz.com helps charities raise donations, connects people, and offers valuable information about Alzheimer’s to those who need it. Also check out AlzheimersPrevention.org to learn more about clinical research and prevention education.
  • Grandparents’ CornerBoomerGrandparents.com is a fun site for boomers who love their grandchildren and are learning to connect with them in a totally new, fully digital way.


Updates to Current Categories:

  • Travel –  Check out BabyBoomersTraveling.com and MyItchyTravelFeet.com for boomer- and senior-related travel info, including resources for people aspiring to retire abroad.
  • Sandwich Generation — Read all about “the second half of the motherhood journey” at Teresa Bell Kindred’s blog, Nanahood.com, or follow the adventures of Kanesha Baynard’s multigenerational life in ItsAFullNest.com.
  • Caregiving ElderDepot.com is more than a blog for caregivers, it’s also your one-stop-shop for caregiving supplies. Shop for incontinence, mobility, vision/hearing and other related products at the site. Also, DailyCaring.com is a fantastic hub where caregivers can easily search through a collection of short, easy-to-read articles about aging and caregiving, and receive via email or the site “fresh updates with the latest practical advice to improve your care situation.”
  • All Things Aging — Learn about the spiritual aspects of aging at this enlightening site, FierceWithAge.com, or visit Impowerage.com for all things health, fitness and retirement.
  • Rocking the Boat – Feeling feisty and full of life in your boomer and senior years is a thing of beauty, and it’s an approach that’s celebrated at the following sites: GrowingBolder.com, SnappySeniors.com, and SavoringYourSixties.com
  • Tickling Your Funnybone – Find the humor in life as a boomer at Pat Skene’s blog, Boomerrantz.com.
  • Senior Care & Services – Review blog posts and podcasts offering insights on caring for a senior relative or friend at SeniorCareCorner.com.
  • Money & Finance – There are thousands of discounts just for seniors. Head to Sciddy.com to take advantage of them today.


Your turn: What’s your favorite boomer/senior blog destination?


There are 12 Comments about this post

  1. Mark Yatman says,

    Thank you all very much for making us Your Senior Care Network blog part of the top 100. Our writers and myself put our hearts into creating useful senior information and its great to get recognized.

    Mark Yatman – Director of Marketing


    on 17 May 2012 / 3:44 PM

  2. You’re welcome, Mark! Thanks for the great work you and your writers do.


    on 17 May 2012 / 3:49 PM

  3. This is such an honor, Michelle, especially when I start to think no one is reading about my multigenerational adventures.
    Thanks a bunch!


    on 22 May 2012 / 2:34 PM

  4. You’re too much. I love reading your multigenerational adventures! Hope this mention will get others doing the same.
    You’re welcome!


    on 22 May 2012 / 2:37 PM

  5. Michelle, we are ecstatic that you have chosen Endear for Alzheimer’s as the top blog and website for Alzheimer’s resources. Although we are not the “typical” elder care blog, we are thankful that our mix of peer reviewed articles, quirky opinion pieces and Alzheimer’s stories are well accepted by our online customers.

    Michelle, we thank you and the team at Seniors for Living for the recognition. -Carlos


    on 23 May 2012 / 2:01 PM

  6. Would like to reccommend my “Geezer Planet blog” for inclusion in your Tickling Your Funnybone” category. Geezer Planet is a humorous look at life in the slow lane. Updated daily. Thanks for your consideration.


    on 23 May 2012 / 2:45 PM

  7. You’re welcome, Carlos! So glad to include your blog. It’s excellent, and we love that it’s not the typical elder care blog. Continue in your good work!

    Michael, thank you for the suggestion. We will certainly consider it for our next update! (Sounds like a fun/funny site!) In the meantime, perhaps we can connect on Facebook or Twitter? We’re on both. @seniors4living (tw) and SeniorsforLiving (fb).


    on 23 May 2012 / 9:14 PM

  8. [...] Endear For Alzheimer’s Chosen as Top Blog & Website For Alzheimer’s Resources June 5th, 2012 admin Endear for Alzheimer’s (www.EndearForAlz.com) has recently been chosen as the top blog and website for Alzheimer’s resources. The recognition comes from the popular 2012 list: Top 100 Senior and Boomer Blogs and Websites chosen annually by Seniors for living. Endear has been honored because of the quality of Alzheimer’s resources that we provide on our home webpage (www.EndearForAlz.com) as well as our unique take on providing useful, scientific, thought-provoking articles on the blog you read right now. For more information on Endear’s award please visit: Seniors for Living Top 100 Senior Blog Sites [...]


    on 05 June 2012 / 5:15 PM

  9. Homecare.com says,

    We’d love you to consider http://www.homecare.com for your list. Homecare.com received the People’s Choice distinction in the SeniorHomes.com 2012 Best of the Web contest, in the “Best Websites and Newsletters for Caregivers” category. Our site provides expert info, guides, resources and personalized plans to help caregivers make sound decisions and successfully navigate elder care. Thank you for your consideration.


    on 19 June 2012 / 1:35 AM

  10. Thanks for suggesting your site! We’ll certainly consider it for our next update.


    on 19 June 2012 / 9:56 AM

  11. Deane says,

    I’m going to enjoy following these sites you recommended!

    May I make a plug for my own website http://BeBrainFit.com ? We teach healthy living to stay mentally sharp for life. Someday I hope my site can be a contender. :)


    on 08 April 2013 / 5:10 PM

  12. Great, Deane. Glad you appreciated the list and will follow the recommended sites! Sure thing. Sounds like a great resource. We’ll keep you in mind!


    on 08 April 2013 / 5:50 PM


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