During Singles Week (the third week of September), I posted the list of the most popular Living Single posts since Singles Week of the previous year, based on the number of page views. Now, at the end of the calendar year, I’ll list the buzziest posts from 2012 – the most Stumbled Upon, the most “Liked,” and the most commented upon.

Surprisingly, these three indicators of buzziness are mostly independent – there were only two overlaps in my lists of Top 4 for each.

Most Stumbled-Upon Living Single Posts for 2012

4. What does it mean to be single at heart?

3. This book will change our lives

2. Becoming single again: People who are kind to themselves do it better

1. Hooking up smart – and nasty

2012 Living Single Posts with the Most “Likes”

4. Defensive about not having children? Philosopher says we have it all wrong

3. The last ‘why are you single’ list you will ever need

2. Redesigning marriage: Experts miss the best idea

1. Are monogamous relationships really better?

Most Commented-Upon Living Single Posts for 2012

4. Undeterred, Rush Limbaugh bashes another single woman

3. Deplorable article on the pathetic single-parent family and the awesome married one

2. Defensive about not having children? Philosopher says we have it all wrong

1. Hooking up smart – and nasty

Thanks to all of the Living Single readers. I hope you are enjoying the holiday season and I wish you all the best for 2013.

[Note: My list of top posts elsewhere are here. Also, after neglecting my personal blog for months (sorry – hard to keep up with them all), I finally posted this.]

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