Zodiac Self-Care: Sagittarius

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Wanderlust, laughter, and passion are all parts of a Sagittarius sign’s self-care routine.

If there is one thing that Sagittarius aren’t a fan of, it’s taking a break. This fire sign would much rather move on to the next adventure than rest up. But what happens if you keep all your burners running? You get a bit of burnout.

Avoid burnout and find a self-care routine that you not only enjoy, but look forward to as much as your next project. Here are a few activities perfect for any Sagittarius.

Self-Care Routine

Do It – Don’t Just Talk About It

While it can be hard to get a Sagittarius to sit still, sometimes, it can be just as hard to get them to complete a project. This extroverted sign loves to talk about new projects, ideas, or future trips, but actually starting and finishing anything can be difficult.

Whether it is a problem with focusing on one task, boredom, or imposter syndrome, one way to avoid burnout is to just start and finish one thing at a time. So, stop talking and start doing.

Follow your intuition

Having a hard time making a decision? Feel stuck between a million choices? Don’t get frustrated, just follow your intuition. As a fire sign, Sagittarius have a strong sense of intuition. You might notice that your hunches tend to be right a lot of the time. Put your trust in yourself. Listen to your intuition.

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Start an Idea book or a Vision Board

Of course the main reason why Sagittarius is constantly flipping through ideas is because they are big dreamers. So, start putting those dreams into practice by creating a vision board. Dreams are easier to act on when you can see everything in one place. When you see your goal, the inspiration behind it, and the steps to achieve it, it’s more likely to get done. Keep on dreaming – just make sure you write it down.

Check out Canva or Pintrest to create your own board. Or, you can make a physical one, like this insta account.

Journal it out

There are two important reasons for Sagittarius to keep a journal. The first is so you can write down all your great ideas in one place. The second is to clear your mind at the end of the day.

Dreamers are always thinking, reflecting, and planning, so take time at the end of the day to write it out. Write down what you’ve had on your mind all day so it doesn’t keep you from getting a great nights sleep. Creating an idea journal is also a great way to keep all your ideas in one place. This you can come back or add to them in the future.

Every Day is Epic: A Guided Journal for Daydreams, Creative Rants, and Bright Ideas, by Mary Kate McDevitt

Every Day is Epic Guided Journal

This guided journal will help spark creativity and help keep it organized in a one-year journal. Full of prompts, affirmations, and interative doodles from artist Mary Kate McDevitt, this journal can help you chronicle big plans. Every day you will be prompted to rate your day, jot down any day dreams, and celebrate your adventures, discoveries, and joys.

Sagittarius Self-Care Prompt

Embrace Your Wanderlust

If there is one thing that Sagittarius’s are always up for, it’s an adventure. Travel is essential to life for this sign. While many might find travel stressful and tiring, it can actually be used as self-care for the centaur sign. Just make sure to travel wisely.

Spontaneous Travel

Staying in one place or in one routine for too long without a break can certainly burnout a Sagittarius. So, to offset the mundane daily life, indulge in a few spontaneous trips. While it would be amazing to pop off across the world for the weekend, these trips are likely going to be more local. So consider a day trip to the beach, or check out what it interesting with in a day’s drive of home.

Atlas Obscura, by Joshua Foer, Dylan Thuras, and Ella Morton

Atlas Obscura - Sagittarius Zodiac self-care

If you are looking for something odd, interesting, and conversation worthy, then do a quick Atlas Obscura search. This website lists some of the best places to visit that are often times off the beaten path. Who knows what is hiding in your own neck of the woods.


Of course getting away isn’t always an option. So, if you can’t leave home, then consider creating your own staycation. Theme your time “away” by creating a playlist, setting a menu for the weekend, and watching a few movies. Let that Sagittarius imagination run wild without leaving home.

Learn a new language

Wanderlust isn’t always about the actual vacation – it can also be satisfied by preparing for your next trip too. What better way to prep for that future trip than by learning another language? You don’t want to find yourself in a foreign country and not able to ask simple questions.

Babble – This inexpensive app was designed by professionals to help you learn phrases that you will use in real life. Of course, what is learning a new language if you can’t speak it? Babble offers interactive dialogue to help you speak confidently on your travels.

Duolingo – Everyone’s favorite green owl is here to help you learn a new language through fun and addictive activities. This free app will help you learn to read, write, and speak through daily exercises. Do you have a bit of experience with a language already? Duolingo will test your knowledge so you don’t have to suffer through lessons you already know. It’s fun and helpful!

Visit a sacred site

Sagittarius are philosophical and reflective. They like to spend time thinking and contemplating. This gives them a spiritual side that craves knowledge. One of the best ways to feed that hunger for information is by visiting a sacred site. Whether it is a famous place of worship, an biblical location, or an ancient temple, visiting these places will speak to your spiritual side while also teaching you something new.

Sagittarius Self-care

Embrace the Heat

Find a Sauna

Being a fire sign during winter is great because it gives you an excuse to seek out warm places. A sauna is a perfect place for a Sagittarius because not only is it warm, but it can be extremely restorative and relaxing. You might be able to find a sauna at a local spa or gym, but you can also make your own version at home. All you have to do is turn your shower on hot and let the room fill up with relaxing steam.

Deep Tissue Massage

Is your body feeling stiff from your adventures? Muscles feeling sore from exercising or sports? Treat yourself to a deep tissue massage. The deep kneading of your muscles creates a warmth inside your body that increases circulation, treats chronic pain and tension, as well as relives anxiety.

Hot Yoga

Combine self-care, relaxation, and exercise with a bit of hot yoga. Fire signs feed off of heat, so the hot and humid atmosphere of a hot yoga studio can feel invigorating. Combine that with the stretching and strength of yoga and you might just fall in love and add this to your workout routine.

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Change It Up

Predictability makes for a boring self-care routine for Sagittarius. If something is routine, the it is easier to convince yourself to avoid it for other, more exciting things. So, change it up!

Re Decorate Your Space

You might not think of re-decorating as a form of self-care, but if you are going to spend a lot of time in one space, then you want to make sure that it feels just right. Here are a few places to look for inspiration.

Travel Home: Design with a Global Spirit

Travel Home Design - Books for Sagittarius

Combine your love of travel with your new re-design! This book showcases interiors from around the world. This is the perfect place to find some inspiration from places you’ve been or places you hope to travel to soon. Even if you don’t use this to change up your place, it will certainly make a great coffee table book.

This book will take you through 20 beautifully designed homes that are deeply influenced by travel. Inspiration comes from Marekesh, Paris, Tokyo, and Havanna. Full of interesting design essays and gorgeous photography by Peggy Wong.

Young Huh

Young’s Instagram is filled with beautiful design images, both from her own designs as well as other modern designers. As a member of Elle’s Decor A-list, this is a great design account to add to your feed.

Styled: Secrets for Arranging Rooms, from Table Tops to Bookcases

Styled - Sagittarius zodiac self-care

While a complete re-design can often cost a lot of time and money, a re-styled room might not cost much of anything. So, if you are looking to change it up on a budget, then this is just the right book. Emily Henderson highlights her 10 simple steps to styling any space. She shows you how to edit out things that you aren’t fond of, while re-purposing items you must keep. You’ll be able to focus on creating your own style, allowing you to refresh you space whenever the mood strikes.

Justina Blakeney Instagram

Her designs feature bold colors and patterns that make every room feel warm and inviting. Justina Blakeney is best known for her boho style, but even if you aren’t a fan of that aesthetic, her insta is full of gorgeous interior images – and pics of her adorable kitten.

Try something new

Of course, the best way to change it up is to just try something new. Consider some of the things you’ve always wanted to do, but never had a reason to do them. Give yourself a reason!

Eventbrite – A free app to find fun events all across town. From concerts and comedy shows to yoga classes and cooking demonstrations, Eventbrite has a little bit of everything. Attend an event with friends, or make new ones along the way. If you are feeling really up for something new, you can even host your own event.

Skillshare – Choose from a variety of online classes that will help expand your creativity and encourage you to try something new. Ever wanted to try photography? What about pottery? Sewing? There is a class for that!

Year of Yes, by Shonda Rhimes

Year of Yes, by Shonda Rhimes

If you need a bit more encouragement to embrace something new, then add this book to your TBR. Rhimes, a self-proclaimed introvert and constant naysayer, decided to try something new – saying yes to everything that scared her for one whole year. What happened was the beginning of a life-changing year that will inspire any Sagittarius to embrace the new and start their own journey forward.

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Embrace Philosophy and Spirituality

Sagittarius, on the outside, seem like fun, carefree, optimists that don’t have a care in the world. Inside, they are intense thinkers and philosophers. Anyone close to a Sagittarius knows they are big conversationalists. Part of this comes from their desire to learn about new ideas.

Read Classics

If you really want to feed you love of philosophical and reflective thought, pick up a few classic novels. Your certain to find like minded people ready to talk about books, and their meanings.

Bookclubz – Take this opportunity to start a book club! Not only will you be encouraged to read classics, if that is the type of book club you want, but you will have a dedicated group of people to talk about them with. This website is a great place to either create your own book club or find one in your area.

Podcasts – Or, if you are short on time or always on the go, consider one of the many classic book podcasts out there. Many go through books chapter by chapter, while others look at a book as a whole. Just find a genre or author and get started.

Refocus on your spiritual practices

No matter if you follow certain religious practices or have other spiritual beliefs, a great form of self-care for Sagittarius is to take some time to re-focus on your practice. Take some time and reconnect with what drew you to your practice. Visit a place of worship. Talk about it with others. This spiritual re-focus certainly help you feel refreshed and rejuvenated.

Learn about other spiritual practices

Of course what better way to feed that desire to discuss philosophy than to learn about spiritual practices different than your own. Much like when you re-focus on your own practices, to learn about others consider reading other religious texts, visiting places of worship, and having respectful conversations with others. Here are a few books to start.

The Book of Joy, by the Dalai Lama and Desmond Tutu

Book of Joy - Sagittarius Zodiac

In April 2015, Desmond Tutu visited the Dalai Lama to celebrate his eightieth birthday. However, at the end of the trip, the two spiritual leaders ended up creating something special. They decided to discuss what it truly means to find joy in the face of life’s inevitable suffering.

The two men shared stories of their lives and the spiritual practices that helped them through hard times. This book offers readers the chance to step into the eight days that these two men spent together. Filled with advice, wisdom, stories, and science, this book offers insight into how we can aspire to live lives of joy and happiness.

Journal of a Soul: The Autobiography of Pope John XXIII, by Pope John XXIII

Journal of a Soul: The Autobiography of Pope John XXIII

There might not be a more spiritual Sagittarius than Pope John XXIII. Called “the good pope,”not only was he universally popular during his time, but he accomplished some pretty impressive things during his life. Did you know that he broke off his religious training to serve as a medical orderly during WWII?

This inspiring read looks at not only Pope John XXIII as a religious leader, but also his journey to becoming the pope. Not only is this a look into his personal life, but a look inside the Vatican and the religious practices he believed were worth devoting his life.

The Alchemist, Paulo Coelho

The Alchemist

Both a book about spirituality and adventure, this might be the perfect Sagittarius book. Not only will it satisfy your desire for philosophical discussion, but it will only add to your never-ending wanderlust.

The Alchemist tells the story of Santiago, a shepherd who dreams of buried treasure. He decides to stop dreaming and start doing. Embarking on his journey he is met with a variety of challenges and is able to overcome them with the help of the teachers he meets along the way.

Sagittarius self-care spirituality

So, Sagittarius, make sure you take some time away from your adventures and activities to rest and relax. Try out a few of our suggestions, see if they spice up your self-care routine. If you are a Sagittarius and have other self-care practices that work really well, let us know!

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