Christina, 33, opened up to different media outlets about her life's current events while attending the All-Star Chef Classic at Los Angeles Live with her six-year-old daughter Taylor. (Christina and Tarek's son Brayden, 1, stayed home).
According to Christina, co-parenting and filming Season 7 of Flip or Flop with Tarek are "going great," E! News reported.
"Tarek and I are in a very good place right now. We're doing a really good job," she told the website. "We share the kids 50/50 and our communication is great. Like I said, the kids are happy, so everyone's doing really well."
The El Moussas separated in Spring 2016 but didn't publicly announce their split until December of last year. Tarek, 35, officially filed for divorce from Christina on January 9.
Christina's personal life has exploded all over national headlines in recent months, but she's apparently adjusting well to this sudden burst of fame.
"I don't even think about it until sometimes I step out of my car and there's paparazzi taking pictures of me," Christina revealed.
"Honestly, it hasn't really changed my life that much. Honestly, this may sound weird, I don't even think about it at all. There are so many false stories, so I just let it slide."
Although she's shooting Flip or Flop for HGTV with her estranged husband in the middle of a divorce, Christina insisted things are going "amazing" in general.
"We've had the same crew for a couple years on Flip or Flop, and we're all best friends. We all have the best time together filming," Christina acknowledged. "And it's just a really happy environment and we look forward to continuing more shows."
Aside from the fact Christina works with all men and there's "a lot of testosterone" on the set, "it's all good," she said with a laugh.
HGTV recently announced there will be a handful of new Flip or Flopspinoffs starring other house-flipping couples in Chicago, Nashville, Atlanta, Texas and Las Vegas in the next two years.
"We were approached about a year ago that they were going to explore doingFlip or Flop in some other states, and we gave it our blessing," Christina told E! News.
"Honestly, it's just cool that the show did so well that now they're franchising it out. We couldn't be happier for HGTV."
As for Tarek and herself, the mom of two noted, "There's a few things up in the air and a few offers that we're working on, so we'll see!"
During a separate interview withEntertainment Tonight on the same day, Christina explained of her relationship with her estranged husband, "We have worked together for 10 years and we're going to continue to work together. We're actually getting along really, really well right now."
So what was their trick for maintaining some sort of friendship post-divorce?
"Letting go of past resentment and living in the future... We are going to be in each other's lives for forever," Christina told ET.
"We [have] just very open communication. We both travel a lot so we're flexible with our schedules... We really decided to get on the same page and do the best we can."
And Christina -- who said dating and getting into a new romance is totally off her radar and the "furthest thing" from her mind right now -- is also currently writing her thoughts and feelings down on paper.
"I'm in the early stages of writing a book, which I'm really excited about... Going through a divorce is tough on anyone, so I'm just kind of writing about some of the experiences that I've had and things that have really helped me cope," Christina said, adding that "recognizing the fact we need to be happy, healthy, wonderful parents" has helped her cope.
"I'm just hoping I can help people going through similar situations," she added.