Help with indoor palm!


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Hello everyone. I am very beginner when it comes to caring for an indoor palm. Mine I feel is not doing so well right now. The bottom leaves are getting dry and brittle and I have noticed some yellow/brown spots. Could anyone help me get my palm healthy again? I’m not sure where I am going wrong. I know indoor palms don’t require much light (Right now I feel it may not be a light issue). So right now it is mostly getting indirect light. Also, I am watering when the feel the soil is getting dry, but not completely dry. Maybe I am over watering, but why would the bottom leaves feel dried out then? I do have a moisture meter that I use! Thanks everyone!
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The leaves on the bottom are the eldest, and nothing lasts forever. They have some lifespan, whatever it is. Just pull them off ~cleanly~ as they show that they are dying. Those that are showing that black spot I see on one in the foreground should be removed right away. Other than that, the plant looks OK.
 
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