Light:Famous for her easy-going nature, this beauty is happiest in a bright spot. She's not one for shade, sadly, dull leaves are a good indicator she's not getting enough light. East or West facing windows are usually best.
Water:Also not a big drinker, and very forgiving of irregular watering. We recommend giving her a drink when half her soil has dried out. Stick a finger in her soil once a week to check-in on her.
PM tip:She loves humidity, so get squirting every couple of days, or find her a home in your bathroom if you have enough natural light.
Alternatively, fill a shallow tray with a layer of hydro grains, add water to just below the top of the pebbles, and place the pot on top (take care to keep the bottom of the pot from touching the water). As the water evaporates, it will humidify the air around your plant. This only works if your pot has drainage holes.
As like many houseplants, she can be mildly toxic if ingested.