The second full moon of March is set to rise on Mar. 31. This means that this month has had more moon phases than what is typically normal. Which ~means~ that lunar energy has been running amuck. While most of the vibes are positive, there are some signs the March blue moon will affect the most. Don't freak if your sun sign is listed. You might just have to pay closer attention to the ~details~ of certain parts of your life. But with spring in the air, and an ache to refresh, all the hard work will pay off.
While I would love to say that the moon will in fact be blue, I'm afraid that it won't turn pastel. Not even for Easter. This full moon is considered a blue moon because it's the second full moon of the month of March — and when two full moons occur in the same month, the second is called a blue moon. But, regardless, it won't be as blue as an Easter egg: The moon will glow its regular off-white hue which has never been anything but breathtaking anyways.
This full moon is also known as the Pink Moon, which is the name that Native Americans assigned to it centuries ago, based off the wild phlox flowers that begin to bloom around the time this moon rises, according to the Farmer's Almanac. This full moon usually occurs in April, but this year it's occurring in March like some astronomical April Fools' Joke.
Astrologically, this moon is prime time to, "wake up as wild ground phlox gets the jump on other flowers and bursts into brilliant pink blossom. Because it is first, phlox is a herald of sorts, announcing that it is time to step forth into the raiment of your best intention and biggest dream," according to Mooncircles.com. Sometimes stepping into your best can require more work than you were prepared for. And sometimes other's spring cleaning check list is a lot simpler. Just remember that spring will come, even if it seems like you're stuck in winter a little longer.