Lookin’ Fresh – The Morning Fresh has officially joined the Trail Sherpa network!

Trail SherpaNotice anything different? After months of scheming, plentiful design changes, and countless hours spent chatting with a very patient Tim Miner – the big switch has finally occurred: TheMorningFresh.com has officially joined the Trail Sherpa network of outdoor bloggers. The process of making the leap has been in the works since last fall, and I am honored to be part of such an excellent group of outdoor experts. This is the start of somethin’ big, folks! 

Welcome to the new and improved TheMorningFresh.com!So what’s new on TheMorningFresh.com?

First of all, kiss those obnoxious ads goodbye! I have to admit that for the first year or so of running my blog, I didn’t even realize Word Press was sticking clunky ads at the bottom of all my posts – they do a sneaky job of not showing them when you’re logged into your account. Trail Sherpa helped me ditch the unwanted advertisements, giving you a sleek and uninterrupted experience on the blog.

Your browsing experience now features a responsive site design thanks to Jessica, the head Trail Sherpa site designer. No matter what device you’re visiting TheMorningFresh.com from, your visual experience will be vastly improved and seamless. Everything from the homepage header to the logo will adjust to optimize your viewing.

Check out the new logo! I’m proud to say I designed that myself, and am looking forward to exploring ways to apply it across all of The Morning Fresh’s social platforms. What do you think of the new logo? I think it plays well into the sleek, simplified new design style.

And there are many more surprises to be released in the upcoming weeks! From excellent new recipe and review templates to a Premiere Protein giveaway, TheMorningFresh.com has a lot of tricks up our sleeve. Now that the switch has finally been completed, it’s time to overhaul my content and catch you up on all the adventures I’ve been embarking on while I traveled through Joshua Tree National Park, Red Rocks, and more.

Curious about the Trail Sherpa network?
Click here to meet the rest of our outdoor crew, including my good friend Dave Creech.