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Hi I'm Adria

I'm a business woman, an aspiring entrepreneur, and a wife. I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I am a business women working as a data analyst in Seattle. I am a natural born leader who aspires to be an executive in the business industry. I have always been very type A - I'm always moving, growing and wanting to push myself to be better than I am today. This lends itself well to being a great business woman, but makes it easy to be overwhelmed if I cannot achieve all of my goals. I am currently working full-time, and also have a part-time job as a property manager that I do as well. I am planning on completing a Masters in Business Administration soon!

Why I am a Mormon

I am a Mormon because of how happy the gospel makes me. Because of my testimony of this church, I know I am never alone, because my Heavenly Father and my Savior Jesus Christ are always there for me, no matter what. I know that I can be forgiven for all of my past sins and the sins I may commit in the future because of the atonement of Jesus Christ. You never truly feel sad or alone when you have this gospel in your life, because you know that you have members who love and support you through everything. Having a knowledge of Heavenly Father's plan for me gives me the strength and courage I need to go through life without fear. I know that if I pray and ask my Heavenly Father for guidance, he will guide me.

How I live my faith

I live my faith by making my beliefs a part of my every day life. Through my job I get the chance to talk to many different types of people from all aspects of life, and I enjoy talking to them about what I believe. I mainly live my faith by being an example to those I interact with on a daily basis. I live right in the city of Seattle, which is a beautifully diverse place. I think the best way to live my faith is by loving and accepting those around me, regardless of their circumstances.