The Irregular Girl Revolution
This website presents information predominantly related to:
- Diet & Nutrition
- Digestive Health
- Healthy Relationships
- Intentional Living
- Meditation & Mindfulness
- Passion & Purpose
- Simplifying & Minimizing
- Stress Management
- Wellness & Well-Being
I believe that we all have the capacity to improve our health , well-being, and quality of life. Significant improvements can be achieved through small changes targeted at crucial areas. Making strides in this direction should be among our highest priorities. To bring change, this prioritization must be reflected in our daily routines.
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I was impressed by Chris’ knowledge, mesmerized by the information she delivered, and uplifted by her passion. Needless to say, I rearranged my schedule so that I could attend all of her presentations. She is inspirational.”Connie G.
Chris’ skills and expertise as an educator are impressive. I have seen her use this skill set to plan everything from a short, but rich, one-hour lesson to whole weekend events. Her dedication to figuring out what her audience needs and finding creative, engaging methods for teaching material make her an amazing facilitator.”Caroline L.
- Sleep Like a Boss!One way to improve sleep is to go to bed, and wake up, at (or around) the same time every day. Many people drastically change their sleep habits from day to day, or between weekdays and weekends. Our bodies would prefer a predictable routine.
- How To Create Life-Changing New HabitsIt’s easy to get motivated by a fitness program, a new diet, or a motivational speech. The problem is that this motivation exists only in the intentional mind. It temporarily changes our intentions but fails to overcome the power of our habits. How many times have you rationalized skipping the gym, eating unhealthy food, or just reverting to your usual behaviors, only to later regret it?
- Releasing Stress and Tension through MeditationOur body is typically reacting to stress long before we’re consciously aware of it. As we become more adept at observing ourselves, we cultivate our ability to identify the early signs of stress. Regular meditation increases our awareness of both physical sensations, and the ways that our mind and body interact.
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