"I take really good care of myself," she told ABC News. "I don't smoke and I don't drink. I sleep a lot, I just think it's an inside job too. I think it's attitude, a lot of it's attitude. I try to have a good one."
In that vein, Sagal isn't letting the end of the hit series get her down, "I haven't gotten sad, I'm sort of not in that yet," she stated. "I'm just not thinking about that. I suppose it will get sad. This one I'm sure there will be sad moments, but it has been an amazing ride."
Sagal just happens to be married to the show's creator, Kurt Sutter. The pair has been married since 2004, but their decade-long relationship doesn't mean that Sutter is letting her in on any of his plans for the series finale.
"No, no, no, he doesn't tell me," she said.
The actress doesn't have any plans for her life after "Sons." "I don't know yet [what's next]," she said. "I'm about to go back out there and see, see what happens next, so. I have been so blessed and so grateful to have had this job and the previous ones I've had. I feel very fortunate to have been here to have found this and to have [Kurt] write it for me.