Mental Health

  • In-Between: It’s My Birthdayyy & Lessons Learned

    It’s your favorite TRIPLE TAURUS’ BIRTHDAY WEEK!!! Ayeeeee! It’s also the TWO-YEAR ANNIVERSARY of The In-Between – How!?!  I’m full of energy (and glam) on this week’s episode. 

    Here’s a quick look:

    • It’s my birthday, boo! Weekend getaway to the mountains 
    • Newly “discovered” childhood trauma aka Liz’s need to be accepted by anxiety – fun times!
    • Angry AF, an app to help men with their emotional intelligence *scratches head*
    • The new Dua Lipa album (I’m a Dua STAN)
    • Current icks: Not being able to split checks, the fact that it’s an election year, and misleading headlines. 
    • The anniversary of the podcast & what I’ve learned so far:
      • 1. Starting is the hardest part; that doesn’t mean this journey isn’t free of challenges but getting over the initial hump is/was the hardest part.
      • 2. Constantly being pushed out of my comfort zone (but finding out that’s where the magic happens)
      • 3. How to truly believe in and have confidence in ME; not seeking external validation

    We’re a little all over the place, but when are we not? You’ll be giggling and feeling empowered no matter what. 😉 

  • In-Between: Checking In On Your Mental Health

    It’s going to be MAY! What a wonderful Month… its’ the 2-year anniversary of the podcast, it’s my birthday month. and it’s Mental Health Awareness Month!

    So the main point in this week’s episode is to ask yourself, have you checked in on your mental health lately?

    episode 109 – Mental Health Check In

    Here’s what I’m discussing this week:

    • All the crazy life updates – the busyness has been BUSY!
    • I’m going to New York City!
    • Mental Health Awareness Month
    • Questions to ask yourself when checking in on your mental health (& why youshould be checking in!)
      • How do you feel?
      • How does your body feel? 
      • Have you been taking care of your basic needs? 
      • Have you been practicing any self care? 

    If you need to talk to someone, please do not hesitate to reach out to a medical professional. You matter and so does your mental health. I’m happy you’re here (xoxo). 

    Here are some resources from the National Alliance on Mental Illness: 

  • In-Between: Understanding Neurodiversity & Radical Self-Acceptance with Alex

    Closing out April and in honor of Autism Acceptance Month, this week’s in-between is about Neurodiversity. I have special guest and fellow neurodiverse friend, Alex Armijo, joining me in the discussion! Alex is an DEI thought leader, a disability, LGBTQIA+, and human rights advocate, and overall badass human being. 

    Here are the highlights of the episode:

    • What is neurodiversity? 
    • What is masking? Why can it be problematic to your health?
    • Behaviors of someone who may be neurodiverse
    • Alex shares their journey on how they were diagnosed with ADHD, as well as Autism, including available resources for your to use too!
    • What is the RAADsS-R test? Check this out:
    • Why social media can be a good place…sometimes; for context, Alex and I share our personal experiences with TikTok and how seeing real people discuss their condition helped us understand ourselves better 
    • Why knowledge is freedom
    • How we view our neurodiverse conditions as superpowers
    • Accommodate yourself! What this means and what you can do for you

    I am so excited to share this episode with you all and hope you enjoy. Let this be the start of your self-acceptance journey!

    If you’d like to keep up with Alex, check them out on instagram @the.perpetual.hobbyist

  • In-Between: Seasonal Allergies & Self-Intellectualization

    Allergy season is in full swing in Georgia, and I am suffering! I didn’t know you could develop allergies as an adult. *Insert all the frowny face emojis*

    In other news, we’re back with another episode! I’m entertaining you all with my sinus journey, but I’m also bringing back some more serious-in-tone topics. This week’s in particular is about self-intellectualization. 

    Here’s topics in this week’s episode:

    • Seasonal allergies and their insufferable attach on my sinuses 
    • Sometimes you need a good rot day – aka being lazy af
    • I finally stepped into the Vanderpump Rules world. This should be interesting.
    • What is self-intellectualization?  
      • What are examples?
    •  Why suppressing or avoiding extreme or intense emotions over time can really affect your emotional,  mental, and physical health
    • Difference in self-intellectualization and self-rationalization (they’re two different self-defense mechanisms)
    • Difference in self-intellectualization and self-awareness (one is healthier than the other)
    • What we can do to combat self-intellectualization?
      • Ask yourself, what am I avoiding?
    • Lots of self-love “Lizdoms” in this episode 

    Remember, things discussed in today’s episode should not be considered medical advice and is only for educational purposes. If this episode resonated with you or made you think of someone you may know, I highly encourage you to go talk to a professional. 

  • In-Between: The Highs and Lows of Entrepreneurship with Kiera Palmer

    In the final episode of the Women’s Wellness Series, I have a very special guest joining me this week. Please welcome, Kiera Palmer!

    Kiera is a entrepreneurial powerhouse having opened and managed several businesses (& does so to this day), on top of her latest venture, The Social Studio, which is a content creator studio for all types of creators and podcasters. 

    In this week’s episode, Kiera is sharing part wisdom gained from her entrepreneurial experiences from the highs, lows, and everything in-between. 

    Other topics include:

    • “Life is too short” – why this mantra guides Kiera in everything she does
    • Dealing with tragedy 
    • Finding a fulfilling path
    • The pace of the entrepreneurial journey – remember, things do NOT happen overnight! 
    • Two things you need to make it as an entrepreneur
    • Leaning into failure
    • The power (and need) to pivot; what is pivoting?
    • Never settle for fine

    If you are interested in checking out Kiera’s new content studio space, click here  IG @socialstudioatl.

    To keep up with Kiera and all her endeavors, follow her on IG @KieraPalmer

  • In-Between: Women’s Wellness & Your Fertility with Dr. Bhavna Singh ND

    Week Three of the Women’s Wellness Series welcomes back Dr. Bhavna Singh to The In-Between. For those not caught up, Dr. Singh is a Doctor of Naturopathic Medicine and Ayurvedic Practitioner.

     **Please note that topics and information discussed in this week’s episode are for informational purposes only and should not be considered professional or personalized medical advice.** 

     Bhavna is talking all things Women’s Wellness – from fertility, egg quality, our monthly cycle, there is so much to cover!  

    Here’s a look at this week’s episode topics:

    • Women’s wellness and conventional medicine
    • Infertility – what is it? 
      • Being diagnosed 
      • Causes 
      • B’s take on “unexplained” infertility
    • Preconception Planning
    • Testing your fertility
      • IVF vs functional approach
    • Freezing your eggs
    • Egg health
      • Quality vs quantity
      • Ways to improve
    • PCOS
      • What is it? 
      • Ways to improve 
    • PCOS diagnosis post-partum
    • Women’s monthly cycle 101 
      • Learn the different phases and what’s going on with your body
      • Seed cycling
    • Non-hormonal contraceptives
    • Preparing your children for puberty – things you can do now

    If you are interested in learning more about Dr. Singh, check out her website:
    You can  follow her on Instagram @dr.bhavnasingh  for health tips and free downloads.

  • In-Between: Introduction to Hormones, Gut Health, & Functional Medicine with Dr. Bhavna Singh ND

    The Women’s Wellness Series kicks off with round two this week with special guest, Dr. Bhavna Singh. Bhavna is a Doctor of Naturopathic Medicine and Ayurvedic Practitioner.  This episode is part one of her two-part episode special on The In-Between. 

    **Please note that topics and information discussed in this week’s episode is for informational purposes only and should not be considered professional medical advice.**

    Bhavna is giving us a plethora of information !  Here’s a look at this week’s episode topics:

    • – Introduction to functional medicine, hormones, and gut health
      • – If you’re interested in searching for a functional medical provider, checkout
    • –  Bhavna shares her origin story that started her on the path to naturopathic medicine
    • – What is Ayurveda, the five elements, and the three constitutions?
    • – Medical industry and how women’s concerns are not taken seriously 
    • – Hormones – how they’re not the issue 
    • – Focusing on Health Foundations
    • – Why is gut health so important? (& why Bhavna says everything starts in the gut!)
      • – She’s also sharing information on her Gut Revive program.
    • – Supplements – what you should look for when taking one
    • – Investing in your gut health 
    • – We dabble in other topics, such as:
      • – Natural laxatives
      • – ADHD
      • – PCOS
      • – Leaky Gut
    • – Bhavna gives us her morning and evening routines!

    If you are interested in learning more about Dr. Singh, check out her website:
    Click here to check out her Gut Revive Program.
    You can  follow her on Instagram @dr.bhavnasingh  for health tips and free downloads.
    Her supplement company is called Ojas Nutraceuticals –
  • In-Between: Financial Wellness w/ Emilie Dayan Hill

    Welcome to the  Women’s Wellness Series! This week’s episode starts things off strong. Please welcome my new friend, financial queen, Emilie Dayan Hill. Emilie is a high net worth money manager here in Atlanta, GA. With her experience in the financial industry, Emilie created Finance That Feels. In its current state, Finance That Feels is a monthly publication on Substack that’s about making money more meaningful in our lives. More specifically, Emilie believes in Financial Wellness, and wants women everywhere to feel empowered with their money. In today’s episode, we’re talking about:
    • What is Financial Success versus Financial Wellness?
    • Finance Industry – why does it feel like women aren’t invited? Here’s a hint, statistically speaking, we’re not. Emilie breaks that down more and explains how the industry tends to serve men.
    • Money Wellness practices – monthly check-in; how that can break down intimidation towards taking control of your finances.
    • Growth mindset versus a scarcity mindset – how can you foster a healthy growth mindset when it comes to your finances.
    • Money Scripts – Money personalities we’ve adapted from our past and how we were raised; Emilie breaks down  the four different scripts, what they mean, and how we can work on our own.
    • How to cultivate Financial Wellness and find “enough.”
    Check out Emilie’s website,

    Don’t miss out on Emilie’s monthly Substack, Finance That Feels! You can subscribe here.

    You can keep up with Emilie on the daily by following her on Instagram @EmilieDayanHill.

    **Please note that today’s episode is for educational purposes only and does not constitute investment or any type of financial advice. The opinions expressed are Emilie’s and hers alone.**

    Connect with me:
    @in.betweenpod on Instagram
    @elizabethcheney_ on Instagram
    @theinbetweenpodcast on TikTok
    The In-Between Podcast on YouTube
  • In-Between: What’s it like to be Introverted w/ Jay & Steph from Stay Introverted

    We've all heard the word introvert, but what exactly does that mean? Jay and Steph from the Stay Introverted podcast join me on this week's In-Between and answer that very question and also explain how two introverts started a podcast. 

    In this week's episode, the three of us talk about:

    • What is an introvert? What does it mean to be introverted? 
    • Misconceptions and unfair stereotypes about introverted individuals
    • Differences between introverts and extroverts and how they play off each other 
    • Social dynamics and personal relationships between introverts and extroverts
    • How the pandemic highlighted the introverted community
    • What your introverted friends want you to know 

    As an extrovert myself, I learned SO much from Jay and Steph about being introverted. Heck, this conversations even made me question myself – am I fully extroverted? Another question, has my extroversion affected my introverted husband? **laughs nervously**

    I also joined Jay and Steph on their podcast, so be sure to check that out too!
    If you want to keep up with the Stay Introverted crew,  you can follow them here:
    The podcast @stayintrovertedpodcast
    Jay @sincerelyanintrovert (this is where you can check out his apparel brand!)
    Steph @introspective_af (don't forget to check out her other two podcasts!)

    Connect with me:
    @in.betweenpod on Instagram
    @elizabethcheney_ on Instagram
    @theinbetweenpodcast on TikTok
    The In-Between Podcast on YouTube

  • In-Between: Confidence, Navigating Social Media & Being Online w/ Sarah and Audrey from Completely F***ing Clueless

    This week's In-Between episode invites special guests, Sarah Alice Liddy and Audrey Jean Flowers, from the Completely F***ing Clueless podcast! 

    Sarah and Audrey hail from the Big Apple itself, New York New York (sang like Frank Sinatra), and have that GZC – Gen Z Confidence, baby! 

    Seriously though, the three of us had so much fun. Topics for today's episode include: 

    • Graduating college during a worldwide pandemic and how that affected Audrey's and Sarah's mindset (not just graduating but as musical theater majors no less!)
    • That Gen Z confidence we've heard so much about and how to channel your own
    • Navigating social media and owning that "cringe" content. FILM YOUR CONTENT!! 
    • Growing up online, how the internet has shifted and how millennials and gen z need to stick together 
    • Are we too online? Talking about the younger generation coming up and how the internet treats them 

    Sarah and Audrey are fabulous! This conversation empowered me to own my content and channel my self-confidence like a queen.

    You can follow Completely F***ing Clueless on Instagram @completelyfuckingclueless, TikTok @completelyfckingclueless and YouTube @completelyfckingclueless. 

    Follow Sarah, @sarahaliceliddy &  Audrey, 


    Connect with me:
    @in.betweenpod on Instagram
    @elizabethcheney_ on Instagram
    @theinbetweenpodcast on TikTok
    The In-Between Podcast on YouTube