March saw Everton record two comprehensive home wins - before being brought back to earth by Merseyside rivals Liverpool.
But the Toffees started the month with a trip to the capital to play in-form West Ham.
Having seen their unbeaten league run ended by Newcastle the previous week, the Blues put in a splendid performance to twice come from behind.
The match was especially notable for its two goals.
The first equaliser saw Leon Osman clinically finish a slick team move, before James Beattie salvaged a point with his first away goal of the season.
But that effort was no match for the one he notched against Fulham at Goodison seven days later.
Having already dispatched a penalty, the striker was the architect of an amazing chip from the edge of the box.
That wasn't the only spectacular goal though, as James McFadden got in on the act with a stunning 30-yard volley to seal a 3-1 win.
The result was even better against Aston Villa, with McFadden again on the scoresheet with another crisp effort.
Tim Cahill was back in the goals as well, poaching his first before neatly executing his second and Everton's fourth in a 4-1 triumph.
All of this had put the Goodison Park men in high spirits ahead of the Anfield derby, but the positivity was misplaced as the Reds ran out the winners.
Having seen Steven Gerrard dismissed for Liverpool, the Blues were presented with an excellent opportunity to secure local bragging rights.
But an own goal by Phil Neville and the dismissal of Andy van der Meyde ultimately lead to the 3-1 reverse for Moyes' men - Tim Cahill's goal was scant consolation.