Post Grad Podcast
A Maine based podcast, helping you navigate your twenties.
Ashley Clifford & Elizabeth Adley
Ashley and Liz are your two new besties, that you didn't ask for, but you have now!
Ashley and Liz were random roommates their freshman year of college and quickly became best friends. The girls spent their college career spending time with friends and dreaming up life after graduation. When the time came to graduate and venture off into the "real world" the two found it much more difficult than anticipated.
Ashley and Liz found the transition from college to working a 9 to 5 job in Maine challenging. They spent their lunch breaks texting about how they needed some sort of "guide or resource" to help them navigate post-grad. There Party's Over Podcast was born.
The girls knew that they didn't have all the answers, but decided to learn along with the listeners. Ashley and Liz had open conversations about transitioning friendships, living with parents, staying in your home state. They interviewed successful business owners, creators, people of different cultures, fitness and wellness experts, and more.
Today, Party's Over Podcast has 20,000 downloads and is heard in 60+ countries, but remains a Maine/New England dominated Podcast The podcast has helped thousands live a happy, valued, and intentional life.
This week on Party’s Over Podcast, we welcomed Kat Hantas, CEO & Co-Founder of 21 Seeds Tequila! https://www.21seeds.com/
The girls of POP are huge tequila fans and also fans of a women owned company. We enjoyed learning all about Kat’s life and the steps she took to working in the liquor industry.
This episode is a very real and honest conversation about Liz and Ashley's experience with feeling burnt out from life. It is important to note that in some instances it may be something more serious than a season of burnout and should be taken more seriously.
Rakiya Mohamed joins Ashley and Liz on Party's Over Podcast to share her experience growing up in Maine. Rakiya and her family moved to Maine from Ethiopia when she was a young child. Rakiya grew up in a big loving family in Lewiston, Maine. After high school, she attended Bates College where she graduated with a minor in African American Studies and a major in Biological Chemistry.