Beverly and Chris


Beverly Burgess is a social media addict, having lived and breathed in the online space for over 20 years – working at Microsoft, eBay, and HP Inc.

A blogger for over two decades spanning life across Australia, China and now Singapore, Beverly entered an alternate universe at warp speed when she went from career-driven shopaholic and social butterfly … to juggling being a wife and a mother of two kids.

All within three years.

The career is now back, alongside with the privilege of being a full-time mum. And the urge to shop and socialize still remains (albeit with two obliging children in tow).


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Some little and well-known facts about me:

 I was born in Singapore, lived in Australia for ~15 years, was expatriated by my company to Shanghai for 2 years, and am currently living in Singapore.

 I’m an only child and extremely close to my parents.

 I studied Computer Science & Psychology at university.

 I love astronomy, chess and most of all, computers.

 But I also love all things girly – bring on cosmetics, skincare, and anything pretty!

 Hermes, Balenciaga and Chanel are my all-time favourite brands.

 I danced ballet for 10 years and have completed my Grade 8 piano.

 I’m a certified scuba diver and life saver.

 I like to eat. And I like to eat lots.

 Chris and I were married on 8 August 2009. We honeymooned in the Shangri-La resort in the Maldives.

 Our first son Hunter was born on 25 January 2011.

 Our second son Carter was born on 5 August 2012.



I want a love that will always have trust.
Not a relationship based purely on lust.
A love where friendship always comes first.
A love that will stay true for better and for worse.
A love that would never lie or cheat.
And when things went wrong it could take the heat.
A love that money cannot buy.
I want a love that would never die.


SUCCESS DEFINED: To laugh often and much; to win the respect of intelligent people and the affection of children; to earn the appreciation of honest critics and endure the betrayal of false friends; to appreciate beauty; to find the best in others; to leave the world a bit better, whether by a healthy child, a garden patch or a redeemed social condition; to know even one life has breathed easier because you have lived. This is to have succeeded.(Ralph Waldo Emerson)


Burgess kids in Joules

Burgess kids in Charlie Banana underwear

Burgess family

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