Heylo ! I’m Osmi Anannya, a Politics and Current Affairs Blogger at The European Politics Blog (a blog on BlogActiv) & Politics In Britain (a blog on Ideas on Europe), training at Google Ignite, a Contributor to Reviews and a member of the Welcome Squad at The Student Room, and a Microsoft Student Partner.
Two of my longstanding loves has been fashion & design: I love everything about it, like brilliant #blogging, intelligent & informative #essays and crafting #amazing concepts/moodboards, in the two subjects. I also love pinning endless intellectual pursuits/inspirations, which captures my curiosity, when not pouring over historic tales, such as those from Charles Dickens, oriental stories & anything to do with Christmas, Santa Claus, Rudolph & the Nutcracker.
The British Design Book, often abbreviated as BritBook is a design, history and lifestyle blog. The blog aims to talk about literature and travel, review movies, art and design exhibitions and books, and accent interior design compositions, which are the Editor’s personal picks of what is amazing (and breathtakingly beautiful) in design; for the blog, it’s about having an individual perspective on the most interesting discoveries made in life everyday.
Among the many wonderful charitable organisations that exist in the world, I regularly support Ronald McDonald House Charities, The Grammy Foundation, World Wildlife Fund (WWF), Hispanic Scholarship Fund, Dubai Cares & The Emirates Airline Foundation; I recently took action to speak out for #SaveBelize as a WWF supporter.
I like to read, blog, paint, draw, colour & doodle, listen to music, listen to the radio, watch theater and the cinema, comment, go walking very long distances with my music and my camera, cook, build models with Play-Doh, spend time in museums and libraries, play sports, particularly darts, basketball, Pictureka!, badminton and squash and occasionally go riding !
I ♥ Great Britain, fish & chips, chocos, oranges, the Labour Party, my iPad mini, my Sony Xperia M, and my iPod.