Keep your plant's soil consistently moist like a wrung out sponge but not soggy. Use your plant watering meter to gauge the moisture levels. Use tepid, unsoftened, filtered, bottled, or tap water sitting 24 hours to release the chemicals. Bottom water since the leaves lay on top of the soil. Let it sit in the bowl of water, checking with your meter when it is registering moist every fifteen minutes until the topsoil has moistened. (Do not let her sit for hours in the water.) Remove and let her drain thoroughly. Once the water is fully drained, place her back into the cache or decorative pot. Slow down watering in the winter months and back to normal in the spring when she's getting more light.