Yepp, I'll echo the previous suggestions. You don't want to keep them too moist. I keep mine on dry peat with a water dish and flat rocks for hides. I wouldn't worry much about not eating unless it appears that your invert is losing a good amount of weight. Just make sure you have fresh, clean water available and let the substrate dry out. The stacked flat rocks will make them happy and you can use a variety of different things to construct them. They like to squeeze into tight places and are pretty flat themselves, so don't worry about making sure there is plenty of space between the rocks.
Where they are found can get quite warm, I know a guy who keeps his at between 24-26 degrees day, and 22-24 at night. Provide a small dish for water, but humidty should be medium. I'd keep the cage at 15-20% (edit* sorry, 15-20% of the cages volume) dryish peat, mixed with somem sand as a base, and then just use flat rocks staggered to take up the rest of the cage's volume, they almost never leave their rock crevises in nature.
This guy has also observed that they don't like meal worms too much, try gut loaded crickets.
What has your internet been down since you bought them? You should know how to keep an animal before you get it bud, if that was a mammal, you'd probaly be in the slammer right now for neglect. And just for accounting sake, posting a thread on here for people to reply to isn't research.