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Life Is Just Ducky

I understand, that sometimes gardening can be hard. There are bugs, fungi, poor soil and those weeds! Some days you just want to throw in the trowel.
  • You want your garden to be a place you want to be, not a place you have to be.
  • You want to feel confident in your garden.
  • You want your garden to be relaxing.
  • Your want to enjoy your garden again.
  • You want your meat or eggs raised in a clean, humane way.
  • You want to harvest the bounty, nurtured by your own hands.
  • Or maybe you haven’t even started gardening/homesteading and don’t know where to start.

 

I know, I’ve been there. That’s why Life Is Just Ducky was created.

Mary @ LifeIsJustDucky.com

Welcome To The Place That Gets It!

  • I believe everyone can learn to grow at least a portion of their own food.
  • I believe you can learn to build the best soil for healthier plants.
  • I believe healthier food makes healthier bodies.
  • I believe you can learn skills that will cut your chores down to size.
  • I believe you can have the garden you always wanted, so you can enjoy gardening again.

 

I’m here to help. One step at a time.

  • “Great, easy to understand information for new gardeners! There is so much information, even experienced gardeners will come away with some new ideas to try in their garden. Reading this will not only provide you with useful knowledge but it will get you motivated to go out and start working on your garden. I know I’m excited to try several new things in my garden and I can’t wait to get outside and get started!”
    Tracy Zeitz  from  duck-duck-dog.com

 

  • Your articles are educational and inspirational!
    Josia Shibanda

 

  • Thank you for sharing your wisdom and expertise!
    Rhonda Kauk

 

  • Imagine waking up with a smile on your face, because you know that the food you serve your family today will be wholesome and grown with your own hands.
  • Imagine being proud of the amount of money you can save on your grocery bill.
  • Imagine what you will do with all the extra time you have left over that you don’t have to spend on the drudgery of garden chores.
  • Imagine enjoying the fruits of your labor.

 

When you become a part of the Life Is Just Ducky family you will learn simple ways to start and grow your own food for better health.

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Want to be a confident gardener/homesteader?

Join the Life Is Just Ducky community where you will get practical tips you need to build a better garden. And get a vegetable garden rotation chart. to start you off on the right foot.



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I’ve come a long way in the past two decades…

    I remember how I felt in our first house. I was so thrilled to have a yard where I could have a garden. But my first garden was a disaster. How could the weeds grow so well while I couldn’t grow a tomato to save my life! I started reading everything I could get my hands on and asking questions of every gardener I knew. Then step by step I began building the garden of my dreams. No, It’s not perfect, but now I can sit on my back porch, watch my ducks and eat my own tomatoes. My garden continues to thrive. Yours can too and I can help.

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Readers Say…

  • “It is a quick read with just enough detail and explanations on gardening with touches of humor included. It made me think we could actually be talking together about gardening.”
    Vicki Williams

 

  • “There is a lot of information packed into this.”
    Ruth Reyes-Loiacano  from  theorganicheir.com

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Welcome aboard!

Let’s have a chat over the backyard fence. I’d love to connect with you and hear about your journey, too, and am always happy to find a reply from you in my own inbox.

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