10 Things You Didn’t Know About Me

My husband and I had our first children (twins!) ten years after we got married via our third round of IVF, and we were expecting again (without intervention, with Hashem’s help!) when the twins turned one. What a brachah!

My husband is two years, two months, and 13 days younger than me. I met him when he was 19, and my mother said I’d be insane not to wait for him. Best advice ever!

I bought my first sheitel after 29 years of marriage. I don’t cover my hair full-time yet, but I wear it whenever I want to really invite Hashem in. One step at a time.

Every once in a while I fall off the exercise bandwagon, and every time I get back on I think, “This makes me feel amazing! Why did I ever stop?”

I absolutely love rainy days. I think it’s because I wasn’t an active, “outside” kid. Rainy days took the pressure off!

I sleep with the windows open, even on the coldest of New York winter nights! I can’t get enough of the fresh air.

I love living near the beach, but hiking in the mountains is my favorite place to be.

Move over, shaker cup! I drink my green protein smoothies out of a champagne flute!

Connecting with others on a deep level is where my neshamah yearns to be. One to one, on a Zoom, through my book or articles, public speaking in front of thousands… Give me a microphone and a stage and I’m good to go!

Eleven years ago I introduced many in the frum world to a health and wellness network marketing company. It was scary to put myself out on that limb, but the risk benefitted me, and so many others, in more ways than I could have ever imagined.

Naomi Joseph

A confessed binge eater for most of her life, Naomi Joseph received a Master of Science from Columbia University in Speech and Language Pathology, and ironically went on to have a 24-year career treating children with feeding and swallowing disorders. Naomi is the author of “Binge and Sprint: From Endless Cake to Recovery,” which chronicles her 40-year journey through binge eating disorder and recovery within the frum community, and has a corresponding workbook coming out later this year. As a thriving and seasoned entrepreneur with a health and wellness network marketing company, Naomi continues to work tirelessly to help others find their best, healthiest lives, and grow businesses of their own. Naomi has been married to her husband, Alex (Mario Alexis, yes, Jewish from Argentina), since 1992. They shared the bond of both having been the “chubby kid” on their first date, and reside in Long Island with their three children. She can be reached through her website BingeAndSprint.com or Instagram @BingeAndSprint.

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