Hi! I’m Nathalia.

I’m a responsive front-end web developer and lifelong writer based in Orlando, Florida.

I create clear and helpful content online, from websites that look great across all devices (like this one), to creative blogs and how-to articles.  

My clients will tell you, I’m committed to delivering excellent work and I always keep the user in mind.  Creating is what I do for purpose, and I take pride in my unique contributions to the world and the web.

Using WordPress and the Genesis Framework, I build beautiful websites that are fast-loading, secure, and easy for anyone to maintain and update.

My writing is always a joy to read.  No matter the subject, you can trust me to take complicated information and translate it into accessible and easy-to-digest content for any audience.

Now that you know a bit about me, let’s talk about you.  How can I help you?

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What to do you might do your first few days of freelancing full-time Day 3 Taking a nap at 1:12pm.  The usual. At the office, I’d gotten in the habit of taking lunch around 1pm and napping under a tree in a nearby park.  I’d nap for 20-30 minutes.   Woke up at 2:40pm.  Not usual! Why was I so tired today?  Perhaps I woke up at 7am out of REM cycle cadence?  The schedule I
What to do you might do your first few days of freelancing full-time Day 2 I woke up at 7am, right after Taylor kissed me goodbye.  I jumped up to watch him leave from the window – he is a very good-looking man.  I stayed in bed for another half hour, exchanging messages with a new client, reading the daily mass readings (the last time I’ve felt the space to read the Bible, I do
What to do you might do your first few days of freelancing full-time Last Thursday was my last day in an office.  The next day was Valentine’s. I woke up at 9:30 and scrambled to do chores, drive to a counseling appointment, and prep my Valentine’s gifts while my boyfriend Taylor clocked away 8 to 9 hours at his engineering job.  The weekend passed as weekends usually do, spending quality time with friends and family.  
Mom, brother, Nathalia, and Dad in front of Stanford's Memorial Church

The Essay That Got Me Into Stanford

Posted by Nathalia Bailey on  November 21, 2017

Category: Blog, Family, Stanford, Writing
Plus 4 writing tips for all those high school seniors out there shooting for the stars. The inspiration for this post comes from my big fat quarter-life crisis.  As I continually redefine myself and discover who I am now, I can’t help but reflect on my past and who I was.  This post kicks off a series of reflections over my life since Stanford.  Here’s the essay:  Clay   When I think back upon my brother’s
Shih tzu puppy Estrellita in a pink dress

My Feminist Puppy

Posted by Nathalia Bailey on  October 24, 2017

Category: Blog, Comedy
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My dog is a feminist.  She hates bras and men.  Estrellita is her name.  Little star.   As often as she can, Estrellita does us the honorable service of destroying our bras.  With her cunning nose she hunts them down, wherever they may lurk, like the closet or my gym bag.  Then, she uses her precise, vicious teeth to hack away at the confining wire hooks.  You know, the part of the bra that makes