Sagittarius people are very laid-back with a happy go lucky personality.
Theyre carefree and spontaneous.
But although theyre the sign of travel outdoor activities and adventure they can also be really lazy.
Jupiter is the planet of optimism, faith and belief in a higher power or a greater plan.
But because of them relying too much on everything falling in place eventually they might stop taking action themselves.
Especially with Mars in a fixed sign (Taurus, Scorpio, Leo, Aquarius) Sagittarius people tend to be quite lazy and leave the work to others.
Mars is the planet of power, action, passion and assertiveness. In a fixed sign, this energy stays in one place rather than being directed at a certain thing (caridinal signs Aries, Cancer, Libra, Capricorn) or at many things at a time (mutable signs Gemini, Virgo, Sagittarius, Pisces).
Sagittarians don't like responsibilities and mundane tasks.
They would rather sit around all day thinking and talking about literally god and the world and philosophy and other cultures than actually get up and do something (like get a job to pay a flight to another country!?).
Jupiter is the biggest planet so Sagittarians need something BIG to get passionate about.
Its not easy to get a Sagittarius excited about chores.
Tell them that "it will be an adventure!!" and you will get them to do almost anything, though.
Jupiter, the planet Sagittarius is ruled by, is the equivalent to the god Zeus in Greek Mythology.
Just sitting on his throne, throwing some lightings but letting the peasants do the real work.
Why work if there are things so much more important than homework or cleaning?
How many Sagittarians does it take to change a light bulb?
- The sun is shining, the day is young, we've got our whole lives ahead of us, and you're inside worrying about some stupid burned-out light bulb?
- Look, ask me when I get back from India, okay?
- A whole bunch: They don't stick around very long, so you're lucky if you can keep them in the room long enough for each them to give the bulb a quarter turn apiece, assuming they even show up.