How #Brexit has taught me about personal power.

This post should probably start with a few emoji’s of popcorn, some expletives and maybe a rant or two regarding the state of Parliament, but I will leave that to the talking heads and pundits that we are all heartily sick of seeing.

Brexit has been anything but dull. One could actually describe it as chaotic, but finally, I’ve had enough.

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Copywriter and Blogger. Living the frozen dream in Iceland. www.katielknight.com

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Copywriter and Blogger. Living the frozen dream in Iceland. www.katielknight.com

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