Your Sagittarius Tarot Horoscope for the Month Ahead

Imagine your best year ever, dear Sagittarius. What does it look like? Your monthly tarotscopes—or tarot horoscopes, a combination of tarot cards and astrology—can help you focus your energy and become your highest vibrational self. Are you ready?

Read on to see what’s in store for your sign with your monthly tarot horoscope, Sagittarius. And if you’d like more guidance, check out Glamour’s weekly horoscopes or consult the other zodiac signs’ monthly tarotscope

Meghan Rose is a Los Angeles-based Spiritual Advisor, Intuitive Tarot Card Reader, and author whose work bridges the magical and the material to create real change. Rose acts as a guide for her clients to help them navigate relationships, career, and everything in between. Learn more at and follow her on Instagram and Twitter.

January 2021

Knight of Swords: We all know you have a sharp tongue, Sagittarius, but now is the time to put it to good use. You need to work on communicating yourself in an effective and well-received manner; for a lot of Sags, I’m seeing an opportunity to write or create artwork to convey a powerful message. 

What’s a cause that you care about? How can you get involved in the movement this year? Your energy is going to be best utilized for the greater collective—so take your eyes off of comfort, routine, and self-serving to give back. You won’t regret it.

February 2021

The Hermit: Without proper time spent reflecting on the choices that you’ve made, pain that you’ve felt, and moments that have shaped you into the person you are today, it may feel easy to continue being out of touch with yourself. Your story is one filled with lessons, memories, and feelings that are individual to you. But if you don’t understand them, how could anyone else?

Take time this month to get acquainted with what you love and admire about yourself. Others see you as a unique and irreplaceable presence in their lives, but it’s far more important for you to see your own worth. You may seek counsel or support as you begin to peel back your layers. It’s okay to ask for help as you walk further into your healing process. Use your pain, do not let your pain use you.

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