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Orla Breeze

Orla was born in Dublin, one of several children in a large Irish family. Yes, it was chaotic at times, but there was always someone to play Monopoly with! At 23, she moved to the UK to live a glamorous life in media. (Well, if you call living in Manchester glamorous.) Three years later, she was transferred to Hong Kong, where the glamour really began. (Well, if you call living on Lamma glamorous.) Fast-forward three years and, after a brief stint back in Ireland, she triumphantly returned to Hong Kong, where she wasted no time getting engaged, married and pregnant. After deciding it was time for a career change, she launched an online parenting magazine whilst training in Emotional Freedom Techniques. Two more kids, a move to the UK, and yet another triumphant return to Hong Kong later, Orla now runs a variety of parenting workshops, which you can learn about at www.orlabreeze.com.

How to read your wife’s mind

Playtimes HK - mother and baby
Believe me, mind-reading is exactly the superpower you’ll be willing to give your right arm, left arm and possibly both your legs for as...

DIY parenting

I never play with my kids. Well, when I say never, I mean about 99.99 per cent of the time. There have been the odd...

The top 3 things I wish I’d known in my teens

Playtimes HK
Oh, if I knew then what I know now, there are so many things I would have done differently! Starting with that perm...

Party? Who, me?

Playtimes HK - party
So, there I was, happily approaching my firstborn’s first birthday. Spectacular invitations had been sent, the world’s biggest balloons had been ordered and I’d...

Who’s watching who?

Playtimes HK - parenting
They’re watching us. All that time, we thought we were watching them. We were sure of it. Their whereabouts, their behaviour, their every move...

All kinds of kids

Playtimes HK - parenting
We’ve had to declare the school a Hug-free zone. Yes, you read that right. An actual Hug-free zone. No random hugs, no hugging teachers...