Ah, I see. Just make this thread your journal then, no worries. We can change the title if you like?
The drooping I’m seeing on the other thread looks like they’re much too wet. I wouldn’t do a thing for a few days at least. The soil shouldn’t stay wet. You want it to dry up some before watering again. Make sure they have good air circulation, and keep on top of the environment as far as temperature and humidity. You can easily run into problems with fungus, pests, etc. with too much moisture. Sometimes the best thing you can do for them is step back and watch.
The pics on this thread look like they’re either too hot, or the light is too intense or too close, the way the margins are curling up. They do look happier, wetness-wise in these pictures, too.