Your gecko does looks a bit on the thin side. The regenerated portion of their tail should be plump and not wrinkly. I'm no expert on AFTs but from what I I've heard, they need higher activity prey than mealworms. Many will learn to eat worms from a dish but some never do. They do better with crickets and/or dubia roaches. AFTs also are a bit more secretive than leos and do better in smaller enclosures with a lot more and darker hiding places than leos. I would provide yours with at least three or four more hides that are enclosed on three sides and dark on the inside. The half log you have in there is probably too exposed and bright to provide a secure hiding spot to your gecko. I might also cover the back of the tank and possibly the sides with construction paper or a decorative panel to provide her with more security. I would not mist her cage every day but every 2-3 days and make sure her moist hide is damp so she can decide the humidity level she needs. Much like leopard geckos AFTs can ingest substrate so they are best kept on paper towels, tile or repticarpet. Eco earth would not be a good choice for the whole tank. personally I wouldn't put potted plants in with my gecko but would choose a nice imitation plant that can be cleaned well from time to time. If you really want to use real ones I would make sure you are using soil that is 100% organic and the plants are thoroughly cleaned of pesticides before placing them in your geckos tank.