Joy Hunting

The OverThinker's Guide to Joy

Simple ways to reduce your stress and find more joy in your everyday life.
Hosted by Certified Life Coach, Jackie de Crinis


Ep 94: Acting, Life and Reinvention with Tim Omundson

Best known for his roles as Detective Carlton Lassiter in Psych and King Richard in Galavant, today I’m talking to Tim Omundson. After suffering a serious stroke in 2017, which caused him to need to learn to eat and walk again, Tim is sharing his nearly seven-year journey of adaptation, perseverance, and reinvention, which allowed…

Screenshot 2024-03-27 at 21.19.49

EP #93: Learning to Embrace Failure

Fear is a primal instinct wired into our brains as a survival mechanism. It served our ancestors when facing immediate physical threats like predators, and now when we experience it, we feel as though we lack courage. However, courage and fear can coexist simultaneously, we just think they can’t because of our tendency to overthink…

TOGTJ090_Square -4

Ep #92: Time Management: A Secret Hack to Staying Focused

Moving from a structured, corporate job into owning your own business can be a learning curve when it comes to time management and focus. I found this when I started trying to write my own book. But through taking a course on how to write a book in 30 days, I discovered an amazing technique…

Screenshot 2024-02-19 at 6.13.52 PM

Ep #91: FOMO, JOMO, FOPO and Me

The Fear of Missing Out, the Joy of Missing out and the Fear of Other People’s Opinions are the three musketeers of the modern social landscape. When I worked in television, I struggled with FOMO and FOPO. Everything was about getting on the right lists, being invited to big events, networking with the right people…

The Overthinker's Guide to Joy with Jackie de Crinis | The Importance of Me Time with Maggie Lawson

Ep #90: The Importance of Me Time with Maggie Lawson

When life gets hectic, me time often falls by the wayside. My guest this week is someone who has followed her dreams and knows the real value of celebrating me time. Discovering and embracing me time is something she credits her success with, and we all need a little reminder to take some time for…

The Overthinker's Guide to Joy with Jackie de Crinis | Inspiration from the Emmy Awards

Ep #89: Inspiration from the Emmy Awards

The entertainment industry is smack-dab in the middle of award season, and like most people, one of my favorite parts of tuning in is the acceptance speeches.  While the Oscars speeches tend to be the most memorable, this year, an Emmy Awards acceptance speech was so brave and brilliant that it inspired this episode. Niecy…

The Overthinker's Guide to Joy with Jackie de Crinis |

Ep #88: Strategies to Stop Negative Thinking

Whether you realize it or not, your brain has a tendency to focus more on negative experiences than positive ones: negativity bias. But why does this happen, and what can we do about it? Like many things, negativity bias is rooted in our evolutionary history. When everyday life was a fight for survival, it served…

The Overthinker's Guide to Joy with Jackie de Crinis | Why New Year’s Resolutions Don’t Work and What Does

Ep #87: Why New Year’s Resolutions Don’t Work and What Does

The New Year is an exciting time when all of us feel like we get to wipe the slate clean and start anew. Something that often goes hand-in-hand with the promise of a new year is the practice of setting resolutions, but I’m offering you a better way to start 2024 on this episode. Maybe…