Blog 40 days of dating
Before I continue I should warn you that their couples therapist, her personal therapist, and their joint musings based on all the years of therapy they’ve previously had, feature heavily throughout the blog.
But what Jess and I created will always exist in its true form online. Who, in your dreams, is going to play you in the movie? Jess: I was always thinking of the future instead of being able to relax and enjoy the now. I really just let go after the project and it made dating fun again. Tim: I wasn't jealous of him being in a relationship with her.[caption id="attachment_205840" align="alignleft" width="300"] 40 Days of Dating[/caption] We've already seen a jokey Twitter handle spawn a TV show for crying out loud, so it shouldn't be so surprising to hear that someone's experimental and short-lived blog series has now been optioned for movie treatment, but it still kinda is.Entertainment Weekly has confirmed that Warner Bros.In July 2013, after struggling with opposite relationship problems (fear of commitment vs.love of love), New York-based designer friends Timothy Goodman and Jessica Walsh embarked on a now-infamous experiment: they dated each other for 40 days and recorded their experiences for the whole Internet to see. ), but because it was illustrated with bold typographic artwork by Walsh, one-half of design studio Sagmeister & Walsh, and Goodman, who runs his own T. It’s also being turned into a movie by Warner Bros., to be directed by Michael Sucsy (, has just been published by Abrams. Design caught up with Walsh and Goodman about design as therapy, risk-taking in both work and love, and their hard-won dating wisdom.