stay young at heart

stay young at heart

To behave in a way that is more youthful than one's age. I can't believe grandma's taking dance lessons at 90 years old—how does she stay so young at heart?
See also: heart, stay, young

be, stay, etc. young at ˈheart

(of an old person) still feel and behave like a young person: He says that the secret of living to 100 is to remain young at heart.
See also: heart, young
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If only they can stay young at heart RICHARD COLES The vicar once sang in the choir it just shows psalm guys have all the luck.
I hope to continue to dream the impossible dreams and to always stay young at heart.
But veteran Congress leader Dhawan has proved they can stay young at heart even at 74.
He brought people together with his love, always smiling, giving hugs, teaching us the value of youth and how important it it to stay young at heart.
Lacing up those running shoes may help you stay young at heart, according to a German study quoted in the February issue of Fitness Magazine.
A CHURCH social club is helping pensioners stay young at heart.
McCullough was amazed at what the program has provided for the elderly that wish to stay young at heart.
Olive, who doesn't let her arthritis slow her down, said the trick is to stay young at heart.
Margaret is the co-ordinator of the Stay Young At Heart Club, an education group for older people in Merthyr Tydfil which meets every week at Trelewis Community Centre.
Try to stay young at heart by all means but unfortunately your body will tell you otherwise.
And as a 60-something granddad, I have had the good fortune to discover my chance to stay young at heart even as that vital organ inevitably tires and strains under the weight of years.
Perfect for women who want to stay young at heart, it is fresh and clean, and combines orange flower petals, melon, peach and white lilies.
Investors may want to stay young at heart with a piece of Quiksilver.
Clint Eastwood: 'To stay young at heart, the brain has to be exercised like the rest of the body.