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    Jan 24, 2013

    Penny Catterall, of Order Your Life, is a professional organizer in Bethesda. She works with small, often home-based businesses and residential clients to help them let go of the excess in their lives and prioritize what is truly important. Got a question or two for Penny? She's online to chat with us about getting, and staying, organized this year. Submit early questions now and join us Thursday at 11 a.m. EST!

    Every week, Jura Koncius helps you in your quest to achieve domestic bliss. Got a question about decorating? She's happy to whip out her paint chips and suggest the perfect hue, call a retailer to help track down a hard-to-find accent piece or offer some do-it-yourself. Built on years of reporting experience, Home Front is an online conversation about the best way to feather the nest. We invite you to submit questions and share you own great tips, ideas and, yes, the occasional complaint.

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      Penny Catterall
      Penny Catterall, of Order Your Life, is a professional organizer in Bethesda. She helps small businesses achieve greater efficiency and profitability by developing organizing systems that are tailored to their needs. She also helps residential clients let go of the excess in their lives and recognize what is truly important.
      Jura Koncius
      Jura Koncius is a Washington Post staff writer who specializes in home and design. Read her daily twitter feed @jurakoncius for the latest in decorating trends, shopping, decluttering, organizing and DC retail.

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