Advertisement I'm new to the hobby and the forum... Hi all!! I've had Valentina, by gorgeous GBB (approx. 3.5", 1.5 years old, confirmed female, housed in a 9x9x9 exoterra cube, super chill and relaxed temperament), for a month now and things have been going rather well as she's becoming accustomed to a new novice owner. haha She went on a bit of a fast (45 days, 25 of those days while in my care) when I got her. I would assume it was due to the relocation. Her previous owner used to feed her two or three superworms every 2-3 weeks. The only real change I have made to anything she was provided with is her water dish. She has a larger reptile dish that i changed out for 2 stacked sauce cups to give her a bit more floor space and less disturbance when i change her water. She seemed to enjoy the change and finally ate (1 superworm) less than 24 hours later. She also laid down some webbing in the extra floor area. The night before last, she was a busy gal and spun a lot of webs, particularly to the lid of her enclosure and the side door. I was hoping she was hungry again and figure the meal the other day wasn't enough so I gave her 2 of head smash superworms last night. They were not head smashed well it seems as BOTH of them dropped to the substrate and borrowed immediately. Everything i read here stated that is should get them out of her enclosure immediately, which required me cupping her and removing 95% of the substrate to get them. I tried to place everything back the way it was but she lost the webbing on her floor and whatever as attached to the lid. All the webbing on the leaves still remain but the tunnels to the floor have pretty much collapsed. It wasn’t until this morning that i noticed I place the cork wood a bit too high and she no longer has as much space between the decorations and lid. Pictured is what it was before. Now the leaves are about 1/2" from the lid. I want to give her the space back but I'm so worried about causing her more stress. Should i leave it as is or make a quick change tonight when i get home?