How To Stay A Kid At Heart
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How To Stay A Kid At Heart

Being an adult can be so boring.

How To Stay A Kid At Heart

Being an adult can be so boring. People become so afraid of being judged by others that they can't even find a way to relax and have a good time. Staying young at heart is so important and can lead to a happier and healthier life. It may be hard as you grow up and life becomes more serious, but that doesn't mean there is no time for fun.

1. Always stay goofy

Don't be afraid to let your inner goofball out, people who are serious all the time are too boring.

2. Go on an adventure

Don't just sit around, find something fun that you normally wouldnt do.

3. Don't worry about what other's think

Kids never worry if someone thinks they're weird, they just do what they want.

4. Go to the theaters and see a kids movie

The feeling of excitement that you felt walking into the movies with you parents as a child will never subside. Personally I suggest Finding Dory and Secret Life of Pets.

5. Never forget about the things you loved as a child

Play a game you used to love. Harry Potter just seems impossible to grow out of.

6. Don't be afraid to get excited over little things

If you're excited about something, don't just bottle it up just because you don't think anyone cares, express your feelings.

7. Use your imagination

Try to walk down the street without steeping on any cracks.

8. Be Optimistic

Most kids never focus on the negatives in their lives which keeps them so happy and positive.

9. Order off the kids menu

Color an amazing picture with the crayons while eating your chicken nuggets.

10. Have a dance party

Listen to old music and dance around like a crazy person.

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