10 Signs You Are A True Sagittarius

10 Signs You Are A True Sagittarius

You say what's on your mind.

Sagittarius people are born between November 22 to December 21.

Ruled by Jupiter and known as the mystical half man-half horse, it's safe to say that the Sagittarius is the coolest zodiac sign, am I right? No but really. Let's learn a little more about you, or your Sagittarius friend.

Astrology is really cool so let's really see if you are a true Sagittarius with these 10 signs:

1. You are always seeking out the truth.

Sagittarians are known to always seek out the truth. This could mean that if some topic really catches your attention, you're going to investigate more and want to learn more about the subject. It doesn't always have to mean about work or school, this could mean about relationships as well. Sagittarius lovers love nothing more than to find out everything about their significant other, or someone they are crushing on. They genuinely want to know about the people they meet, as well as friends. People who are friends with a Sagittarius will realize that the Sagittarius is a good listener, because when engaging on a conversation they like asking questions.

2. You get along with a lot of different personalities.

They are considered mutable signs, meaning the last month of the season in which this would be late autumn. There are only four mutable signs out of the 12 zodiacs, which indicates one in each element (fire, air, water, earth) making up the whole year and four seasons. Mutable signs mean that they are the "adapters" of the element that practice flexibility and communication. They can get along with all the other signs pretty well because they are very open minded people. The idea is that they prepare for the season to transition being the last month of the season, meaning they deal with all sorts of scenarios and changes to transition to the next season perfectly. Sagittarius can adapt to many personalities and their communication enables them to befriend all sorts of people.

3. You are sometimes "too" optimistic.

People who are optimistic tend to look everything in a positive way. Sagittarius will sometimes often be too optimistic where it bothers some people because their positivity may seem like an act in certain scenarios. All in all, they are the most optimistic signs that bring big ideas to projects. They radiate positive energy and enthusiasm.

4. You say what's on your mind.

When feeling honest, they will state their opinion not giving a damn what anyone would think. The Sagittarius is not known to to bite their tongue. The idea of not knowing the outcome if they don't say something drives them crazy. They will be your most honest friends, sometimes rather too blunt. Since they are truth seekers, friends respect their honesty but sometimes their bluntness can get them into trouble. Saying what's on your mind can be a very helpful trait in the sign being very flirty as well.

5. You respect your freedom way too much.

You cannot control a Sagittarius. It's just how it works. If someone tells you that you can't do something, you won't even stop to think if that person has a valid point. Just the fact that they told you that you CAN'T do it irks you. A Sagittarius also cannot be stuck in one place. They are outgoing and love to roam around and travel. Since they are mutable, they are pretty social and get bored way too quickly if stuck at the same place for too long.

6. You find yourself snapping at others.

They belong with the fire element and are the last of the fire signs. Picture flames... at the end of the flames it represents the Sagittarius being out of reach, unpredictable, mystical and can be destructive. They have no regard of anything in its path and their energy can spread very easily to others, which could be good or bad energy. They are positive people and hate when others are negative around them. So, they will bottle things up until they cannot take it anymore, and snap at you and people won't see it coming. You do not want to cross a Sagittarius.

7. You have too big of a heart.

A Sagittarius is known for being too kind to others, especially when it's the wrong people. They will be your most generous friends and the ones that don't hesitate to take care of you. They feel gratitude strongly. Dating a Sagittarius will mean being spoiled with attention and gifts. They don't expect anything in return. Being friends with a Sagittarius means they will always have your back, which can tie into being reliable and loyal. This can leave the Sagittarius depressed at times, because they feel that everyone has just as big of a heart as them and when let down, it crushes them.

8. You have a wild imagination.

Sagittarians have a wild imagination. This could mean creatively, and sexually. Their creative imaginations brings them success in the workforce. Since the sign gets intrigued by philosophy and truth, there isn't much else a Sagittarius' mind doesn't wander off to. They are considered day dreamers, always dreaming of the future or the "what ifs". Sexually, they are very prone to boredom if things get routinely. When they fall for someone, they fall hard. They let their imaginations run wild and need to be kept surprised because of their free spirited minds.

9. You love to travel.

The Sagittarius is the ninth house in the zodiac which is symbolized as a traveler. Sagittarians love to travel and see the beauty in the world for it's authentic self. They are free spirited and genuinely love the colors of the world and colors of people. They find the beauty in everything and love to explore. This describes the free spirit being curious about the world.

10. You might not be the greatest lover.

You find yourself loving chases, but hating the thought of long commitment. You are a free spirit, which means no one can control you or tame you. You need your independence like you need air. Since you are social, other partners might think you are too flirty with others and want to tame you, and that's when things get rough. Since you are always seeking out the truth, that could lead to obsessive behavior issues when dealing with a conflict with your partner and cause havoc with your positive nature. Since you have too big of a heart and are too generous, this could lead to getting taken advantage of. And one last thing, since you are always so damn optimistic, finding the positivity in everything, this could lead you to settling for what's not best for you.

If you are any of those traits, you might be a true Sagittarius. If you don't believe in the zodiac signs and think that they could mean for any of the other signs, just remember that there are four other mutable signs that share the same qualities of being "adapters" like the Virgo, Gemini, and Pisces. There are also two other fire signs Aries and Leo that share the same energetic passions. You are considered lucky if you are a Sagittarius, and I'm not just saying that!

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5 Perks Of Having A Long-Distance Best Friend

The best kind of long-distance relationship.

Sometimes, people get annoyed when girls refer to multiple people as their "best friend," but they don't understand. We have different types of best friends. There's the going out together best friend, the see each other everyday best friend and the constant, low maintenance best friend.

While I'm lucky enough to have two out of the three at the same school as me, my "low maintenance" best friend goes to college six hours from Baton Rouge.

This type of friend is special because no matter how long you go without talking or seeing each other, you're always insanely close. Even though I miss her daily, having a long-distance best friend has its perks. Here are just a few of them...

1. Getting to see each other is a special event.

Sometimes when you see someone all the time, you take that person and their friendship for granted. When you don't get to see one of your favorite people very often, the times when you're together are truly appreciated.

2. You always have someone to give unbiased advice.

This person knows you best, but they probably don't know the people you're telling them about, so they can give you better advice than anyone else.

3. You always have someone to text and FaceTime.

While there may be hundreds of miles between you, they're also just a phone call away. You know they'll always be there for you even when they can't physically be there.

4. You can plan fun trips to visit each other.

When you can visit each other, you get to meet the people you've heard so much about and experience all the places they love. You get to have your own college experience and, sometimes, theirs, too.

5. You know they will always be a part of your life.

If you can survive going to school in different states, you've both proven that your friendship will last forever. You both care enough to make time for the other in the midst of exams, social events, and homework.

The long-distance best friend is a forever friend. While I wish I could see mine more, I wouldn't trade her for anything.

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Making a Decision: an Indecisive Guide

To all the indecisive people out there: you are not alone


I am the queen of indecision. For me, making a choice will have me frantically calling both of my parents, asking all of my friends' advice and postponing all studying until the decision is made. Of course, this is because I do not want to make a choice that I regret – such as the time I decided that starting my job at 6:30 am would be a good idea, or the time when I scared my friends with how hyper I was after drinking both coffee and Boba tea. Yet when I take this caution of making the wrong choice too far, the decision-making process itself ends up being regrettable. So much so that I called my mom approximately seven times this weekend to ask her advice on a decision. So much so that my brother used an example of me not being able to choose what kind of shoe I should wear in his article.

This weekend, I was presented with two amazing opportunities to make a difference in the world this summer and I entered a stage of decision paralysis that I did not know was possible. No matter which angle I looked at each situation from, they both would provide me with a phenomenal experience, and would both require sacrifices. Despite not (as of yet) reaching a concrete decision, I learned a lot about the decision-making process and what to do in the next time I am faced with a difficult choice. So, in the spirit of finding summer jobs, gearing up to register for classes and deciding what on earth we want to do with our futures, here are the tips and tricks that I would follow to make the best decision that you can.

Don't overthink it.


Really, this goes without thinking! Or, unlike most of us, it goes with a LOT of thinking! Seriously though, if you overthink things, they will turn into a pudding mush in your brain until you don't know what you don't know anymore. There is a very fine line between thinking through all your options and overthinking them – and judging by the number of times I called my mom this weekend, definitely crossed it.

Always use the pro-con list


Ah, the Gilmore Girls. Not only did you inspire me to read every single book under the sun or have a witty conversation full of cultural references no one else understands, but you also taught me the beauty of the pro-con list. Choosing what you want can be messy and difficult to find because of the fears you might have. distinguish from the fears. Writing it all down on paper can often illuminate the right decision and show you which path is ultimately better.

Decide on your make-or-break factor


Sometimes even the best pro-and-con lists will not be enough and will leave you in a frantic analysis ("should I go for the decision with 3 cons or 3.5 cons?") When even the Gilmore method fails, fear not! Consider which factors you truly do not want to compromise on and go from there. This can mean that even the worse decision may be the right one for you.

Trust your gut


As much as it is difficult to dig through your feelings to find your true motives behind a decision, your gut can sometimes tell you what you are most passionate about and therefore what decision is best for you to take. As my Emory Reads friends tell me, passion trumps everything. Choosing which decision aligns with your values will often lead you to make the best and most-satisfying decision.

But trust your head as well


But your gut can't always be trusted. It can lie to you, and when you overthink too much, it can change its mind. Your gut feeling may be one that is furthermore borne out of fear of the other option. In that way, I have made many a good decision based on the pure basis of rationality. Using only our heart to make important decisions allows fear to be one of the factors, whereas looking at the decision rationally can help you see the ultimate path.

Ask around


When I am puzzled about making a risky decision, I often consult the people in my life who are on my side and want the best for me. These people can help you gauge what your heart truly desires, bring up factors that you haven't considered and even act as a support network for you while making this decision. When your mind kicks into over-analysis, sometimes a fresh perspective is all you need to truly make a confident choice. Decisions are hard, people. Don't make them on your own.=

Don't ask everyone


There is such a thing as consulting others to make an important decision, and there is such a thing as relying on them to make your decision. If you ask too many people from too wide a pool, you'll end up having opinions for and against what you are proposing, which means that someone will always be disappointed in your decision. The bottom line is, asking too many people for their opinions is frustrating, no matter what – whether they have contradicting opinions, or they just nod their heads and go "hmmm, tough choice" (thanks, I guess?). In order to avoid frustration, consult the people in your life who know you the best and are dearest to you, rather than the stranger in front of you in line for fries at the DUC.

"Would my dad be proud?"


Or your granddad, or your mom, or your professor, or even a TV character. Whoever you know whose morals you can measure your decision up to will often provide reason and illumination. If the decision you are making is not too wild and you feel that you will have their approval, then it is likely not detrimental.

Stick with your decision!


Resolutely make up your mind and refuse to turn back. Exercise your right as a free individual to make a choice for yourself, and then do not second-guess it. Please don't do what I did and email a company two days later saying you've changed your mind. Please.

There is not always a right decision


Sometimes both decisions you are presented with have different but equally good opportunities. In that case, lucky you! You have two amazing opportunities and therefore cannot mess up. Rather than stressing that you are picking the wrong choice, know that you cannot go wrong in either.

Realize you will grow no matter what


Decision-making should be viewed as a challenge and a privilege rather than a burden. Make big, bold and beautiful decisions. Making up your mind can lead to a phenomenal experience that you will adore or a difficult experience that will only fashion you into a better person. Positive consequences can come out of any decision, even if we land in an upsetting position. Each choice we make can positively contribute to our character, fashioning us into the person we are becoming, day by day.

By the time this article is published, I will know my decision. And hopefully, by the end of this article, you will know yours. Let's continue to make decisions courageously, following both our heads and our hearts. Let's be determined to grow through our decisions, realizing that we have made the best choice we could, and never looking back.

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