Thank You


logo-websiteWe are coming to the end of Healthy Weight Week 2014, our first year as sponsor. To say that this has been a labor of love is an understatement – it has been an energizing, meaningful and thought-filled process which we plan to build upon far into the future.

As you all know by now, the intent of this event is to direct the national conversation away from dieting and weight and instead to promote attention toward self-care and health. We firmly believe that we CAN change that conversation and we will do so by engaging people through our writing and our discussions when we talk about weight neutrality, the joy of movement and body acceptance.

We’d like to personally thank everyone who has had a hand (or a mouse!) in supporting this event and that message.

Whether you are engaging friends, family or colleagues, it only takes 2 people to start, or change, the conversation.

We also offer our sincere thanks to the following people for their outreach, comments and online support:

Our Slim Chance Award Judges

The Top-35 Healthy Weight Blogs

Other Bloggers Who Make a Difference

Our Twitter Supporters

  • @Mrs_Stolworthy
  • @AngiesAppetite
  • @BeliefHopeTrust
  • @BingeBehavior
  • @RealFoodRocks
  • @Rina_Belgraver
  • @CFJCounseling
  • @Cinnamaldehyde
  • @DJ_Crochet
  • @DianeyATL
  • @DrRickK
  • @ElizabethEats
  • @AuthEmmie
  • @FionaWiler
  • @GLPDC
  • @JackieMcNamara1
  • @JesicaLeaRD
  • @JessFoleyLMHC
  • @PlusBeautyBlog
  • @JuliaHofeller
  • @MissSkinnyJeans
  • @KatiMoraRD
  • @HAESCoach
  • @FuelYourPassion
  • @KristinSeattle
  • @NutritionLeslie
  • @FeministCupcake
  • @IntuitiveBody
  • @HikerRD
  • @LoRoRD
  • @QueenMum555
  • @BYourBSelf
  • @MelissaMcCreery
  • @wholify
  • @ForgetMeBot
  • @BeutifulMag
  • @RebeccaBitzerRD
  • @ChowandChatter
  • @Speak4Health
  • @Cambridge_Stu
  • @SusanGWeiner
  • @TrinaRD
  • @FuelWell
  • @WholeandDivine

Our Facebook Supporters

  • Aaron FLores
  • Alix Appel-Toppa
  • Alyson Foster
  • Amy Knox
  • Angie Wallick
  • Ann Castiglione Ayres
  • Annabel Adams
  • Annie Hinaman
  • Bad Mother Fitness
  • Barbara Brocchini
  • Barbara Howard
  • Barbara Karol
  • Beth Connors
  • Bj Hostler
  • Bonnie Farrell
  • Brenda Smith
  • Brigid Faenza
  • Carol Allingham
  • Carolyn Larner Ginsburg
  • Cathy Adrian Erdman
  • Cathy Swenson
  • Center for Mindful Eating
  • Cheryl Osborne Williams
  • Christina Blackmon
  • Cindy Allen
  • Cindy Clark
  • Colleen Paxton
  • Cynthia Smith
  • Darlene Williams
  • Dayle Hayes
  • Debbie Ryan Doherty
  • Deborah Tilly Rockney
  • Denise Burks
  • Denise Hennaut
  • Denise Hennaut
  • DIY Dietitian
  • Donna Newbold Gwyer
  • Donna Waddell
  • Dorothy Bourgeois de Apodaca
  • Eating as a Path to Yoga
  • Emily Jungblut-Swinarski
  • Evelyn Tribole
  • Feast Upon Life
  • Francie M. Berg
  • Frisky Lemon Nutrition
  • Gail Bulacher
  • Glenda Sharpe
  • Healther Fairbairn
  • Hellen Rothwell
  • Inga Michaeli
  • Irene Coburn
  • Jackie Goodman
  • Jane McSherry Cline
  • Janne Young
  • Jean Campbell Herp
  • Jean Dunham Green
  • Jeannie Shea
  • Jennifer Argue
  • Jenny Flanigan
  • Jenny Ravanh
  • Jill Carlson
  • JoAnn Young
  • Joanna Brook
  • Joanna Carrier
  • Joanne Levy Soolman
  • Karen Dirkse
  • Karen Knuth
  • Karen Lang
  • Karen Varga
  • Katherine Yrapsis
  • Kelly Bunn
  • Kim Lemburg
  • Laila Dannaham
  • Lana Beyond the Scale
  • Lean Zetekoff
  • Lenora Holloway Roseen
  • Leon Zetkoff
  • Lisa Chilling
  • Lisa Fagan Waltz
  • Lisa Rhode
  • Lisa Whitney
  • Liz Thompson
  • Lizabeth Wesely-Casella
  • Lora Wilkins
  • Lori Bishop Hall
  • Marcella Grayson
  • Margaret Lovell
  • Maria Angeles Perez
  • Marie Cinotta
  • Marlene Howard Berry
  • Mary Lou Sweeney Guinle
  • Maura Hoppenheim Wajcman
  • Michelle Kuster
  • Michelle Pearlman
  • Michelle Woolard Pippin
  • More to Love with Rachel
  • Peg Read
  • Phyllis Blasé Fedele
  • Queenbee Lonye
  • Rachel Pace
  • Rachel Wasmund
  • Ramona Curtis McCary
  • Rochelle Greenwald
  • Rochelle Rice
  • Rochelle Spencer-Hawkins
  • Ruth Elizabeth Perez
  • Samantha C Raadgep
  • Samantha Knights
  • Samantha Smith
  • Sandee Nebel
  • Sarah Lichte-Savage
  • Sarah McCune Marsik
  • Sarah Papesch
  • Sarah papesch
  • Sarah Steele
  • Schilling Nutrition Therapy
  • Sheena Pradhan
  • Sherry Mayrent
  • Shirley Steinman Kessel
  • Susan Atwood Jardine
  • Susanne Dot
  • Teresa Gantt-Babb
  • Terresa Decker Kane
  • Tracey Ohlhausen Schwartz
  • Tracy Badura Waldhart
  • Training with Dr. Ellen
  • Wendy Taylor-Patriquin
  • Wholify

Green Mountain at Fox Run will continue to provide information and resources in support of this movement throughout the year and we encourage you to visit our blog, print our FitBriefings and share these ideas among your circles.

2 responses to “Thank You”

  1. Laura says:

    Who won the free week?

    • Lisa Christie says:

      Hi Laura,

      We had two winners, who have been contacted, but we cannot share their names until they give us permission. Once we have their permission, we’ll be sure to update everyone on it!

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Marsha Hudnall, MS, RDN, CD

Marsha has been a guiding force at Green Mountain at Fox Run since 1986. In addition to overseeing a professional program that helps women establish sustainable approaches to healthy living, she is a respected thought leader when it comes to managing eating, emotions and weight. She has been a voice of reason for the last three decades in helping people move away from diets, an area in which she is personally as well as professionally versed. An accomplished writer and speaker, Marsha is the author of six books, including the online course Disordered Eating in Active and Sedentary Individuals (co-authored by Karin Kratina, PhD, RD, Human Kinetics), What You Need to Know about Carbohydrates (Academy for Nutrition and Dietetics [The Academy]), What You Need to Know about Vitamin and Mineral Supplements (The Academy), and The Pregnancy Cookbook (co-authored by Donna Shields, RD, Berkeley Publishing). She has worked extensively on a national basis to educate the public about nutrition and the impact of dieting on eating behaviors, including binge eating and emotional eating. Active in many organizations helping to further the cause of health and wellness, Marsha currently serves as vice chair of the Binge Eating Disorder Association and vice president of The Center for Mindful Eating and has been active in the Association for Size Diversity and Health in support of Health at Every Size(R) principles.

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