Advertisement So just to catch folks up, I recently acquired 3 slings two days ago as my first Ts. So as a beginner in this hobby even after doing years of research I find myself questioning myself and worrying unnecessarily about everything, lol, I know it's kinda human nature and to be expected so if I worry I just stop myself. For instance, the slings I bought came with two habitats and naturally I knew they were too big but used them anyway, reasoning that I wouldn't have to rehouse as soon. Not happy with the way I decorated them in my excited rush to get them unpacked and housed, I worry maybe if I didn't provide enough anchor points for my GBB or enough sub for the rosehair ect ect. Anyways, I just tell myself to quit worrying and see what they think...GBB has webbed a little, rosehair dug a little and yes it's slightly too big of a house but as I said they will grow into their homes soon enough. I may put another anchor point or two for the GBB and if I can figure a way more sub for the rosehair, anyways... Another but less aggravating worry, is this a sufficient water dish? Should I mist this substrate? They don't seem to care, my Ts are hardier than I am, I think! I overfilled the water dish slightly and they seem perfectly content On their second day in their new home I decided to go buy some pinhead crickets but they didn't have any at the store, only small crickets so I got those and as I tried to feed I worried if they were too big or if they wouldn't find em in their too big enclosures or if maybe I should wait another day to let them get settled in....slings are hungry, guys! I didn't wanna wait, I wanted my babies fed..well...Another worry put to rest, all 3 slings fed albeit with a little hesitation. I'm sure there are more worries to come but now I know how to deal with them thanks to all the years of researching that I did, also I hope y'all read this and understand that these fascinating creatures are natures top of line survivors. Personally, I chose 1 inch slings and I'm pretty happy with my choice, Idk how I'd feel if I got adults I think all my purchases will be slings forever unless I start breeding later down the road, of course. One last thing, you can read all the information you want but nothing replaces hands (not literal hands) on experience so if you're putting off buying one or thirteen like I did then you might as well just bite the bullet and go for it. I've got plans for several more, maybe even venture into breeding in a few years time! Oh and lastly, it's been a great experience for my relationship with my woman. One of the slings is actually hers and she loves it! So it's brought us closer together, great hobby, truly enjoy it! This thread was made to celebrate all 3 of my slings first meal in my care which greatly reduced all my anxiety and worries! Little fatties!