Because getting married was the easy part. Staying married is the challenge.

7 Day Newlywed Challenge

The no bullshit experience for newlyweds

Get comfortable saying what's really on your mind, get real with your expectations for the future, and get ready for a kick-ass adventure... all without sacrificing yourself or your relationship.

You got married!

That’s awesome, but that's the easy part.


The key to a successful marriage is everything that comes after the wedding. Once the novelty wears off and shit gets real, it’s up to you and your spouse to start doing that married life together & successfully.


We’re sure you know someone who is in an unhappy marriage. They’re always complaining about their spouse, they spend their most of their days miserable, and might even be looking for a way out.


But... you got married to live happily ever after.


Believe us, we get it. Before we met we had both been in a number of shitty relationships.


To the point where we thought damn, that’s just how relationships were. When we met we knew there was something different about us, but we couldn’t quite put our finger on it right away.  


Getting married was the easy part. Staying married is the challenge.

What We Figured Out

After a couple of years together we figured out that we were naturally avoiding all the behaviors and situations that had plagued us in previous relationships. We both went out of our way to be kind and to communicate, about everything.


We were eventually able to figure out a few key things we did in the beginning of our relationship that made the biggest difference in our marriage. We believe it’s the reason why we’re so damn happy together and have minimal conflict in our relationship.


It’s kind of amazing when you compare your present situation with your past. If you pay close attention, the things you fucked up become crystal clear. Hindsight really is 20/20.

We're Not Relationship Experts

Neither of us have studied marriage or relationships, we’re not certified counselors, and we haven’t been married that long.


But, we’re happy as fuck in our marriage, we’ve never had a knock down drag out fight, and everyone around us, even strangers comment on how simpatico we are.


We’re just real married people telling our story in the hopes that we help someone else find the same happiness that we have.


We’re keeping it real, and sharing what has worked for us.


On the outside it looks like everything is easy. But that’s not really true. We work hard behind the scenes, and make a conscious effort to put our relationship first every day and focus on the key things we've figured out matter most.

The Newlywed Challenge

We’ve broken down what we’ve found the most important aspects of our relationship to be, and spread them over 7 days, each day building on the previous one. We start off with lighter easier subjects, and slowly build on them each day.


It’s real conversations, about the things that actually matter. Dig beyond the surface and share what really matters to you and what your relationship needs to last.

What You Get

  • 7 Days of daily activities and conversation prompts delivered straight to your inbox.
  • Worksheets to guide you through the process & complete each daily challenge.
  • Bonus assignments to take your relationship building to the next level.
  • Our story of how we have handled each topic and what it looks like in our relationship for inspiration.

Who It's For

The Newlywed challenge is for couples who are committed to growing closer to their spouse, putting their marriage first and putting in the work.

  • You want to have solid communication with your spouse, but might not know where to start.
  • You want to be on the same page as your partner when it comes to money, sex, and your future.
  • You want to feel close and connected to your partner every day.

If you can't commit to following through on each day, you won’t get the full benefits of the challenge.


All you need is 30 minutes a day and a desire to create the relationship many people only dream about.


Because marriage is a work in progress