Hello. I saved this plant from our office before we started working from home (I'm in England, so we're under lockdown due to Covid). It has never looked well, but to say it looks rough now is an understatement. It has always looked sparse but seemed happy enough where it was in my house (stairs facing a window). However, very quickly since January loads of leaves turned brown. I removed them and this is what's left. A few notes: 1. I have barely watered it over the last few months, possibly once every 2 weeks if that. Maybe I overwatered it? 2. There are no insects or signs of infection, except... 3. The smaller cane does not feel as firm as the larger cane. 4. It seemed happy all year with the light it was getting, but I don't know if the turn to winter and shorter colder days could have caused it. If anyone has ideas on how I can rescue it I would be grateful. I'm happy to 'hard prune' it but I don't know how. Instructions online are hard to follow as they seem to be for lush, green plants, whereas mine looks a bit sad. Many thanks.