There are numbers to which we assign significance, signposts in a lifetime of progress. Kindergarteners count the first 100 days of school, young adults celebrate the transition from 20 to 21, we look back and forward when turning 40 or 50 or 60.
Today, we’re celebrating a major milestone in the life of this blog. You guessed it, this is our 1000th post and thus time to do the happy dance, gather up the virtual streamers, wear funny hats, and celebrate and give thanks!
Thank you to the 600+ contributors who have made aea365 possible and to our dedicated lead curators John LaVelle, Michelle Baron, and June Gothberg who have each nurtured aea365 through a significant part of its first 1000 posts.
Hot Tip: Use the archive to find your favorites from the 1000 http://aea365.org/blog/?page_id=385
Hot Tip: Share a reflection on your favorite aea365 post (tell us which one and why) via the comments to win one year of membership from the American Evaluation Association!
We’ll select one winner at random from all of those adding a comment within the posting guidelines (specify a post, tell why it’s your favorite). You’re welcome to post more than once, or give a shoutout to more than one favorite, but you’ll only be entered once.