There are many superstitions when it comes to a full moon, such as behavioral issues among children (and adults) and fluxes in emotions. This past February, there was a full moon in Virgo, but what exactly does that mean? Virgos are known as hard workers, technical thinkers, and pros at using self-imposed pressure to complete tasks.
During February's FMV, Virogs probably felt super ambitious whereas the other signs felt less motivated (more than usual). If the other signs didn't force themselves to do something, then it more than likely wasn't going to get done and they much rather would've taken a nap instead. Virgos hopped at the chance for new opportunities to show their grit in school, work, and their personal lives. The full moon in Virgo affected all signs differently and most people don't even know it.
The FMV for Virgos was their one full moon of the year that falls into their sign (it's also a supermoon). As I said, Virgos are naturally hard workers, so last month, they probably felt an increase in their ambitions and were more obligated to complete a task that they've been working on for a long time. Last month was also their chance to get their ideas out into the universe and start making things happen. The didn't need to take on too much to risk burnout, but they settled on their primary goal and worked to complete it under the FMV.
However, for other signs, motivation was a bit harder to find. Virgo inspires organizational ability, project management, and mental endurance. Because other signs are not used to this kind of intense energy, it tends to go to waste and not many people use this amount of energy to their advantage. The FMV was an excellent opportunity to get a burst of work done and recharge in the cold February air.