I like having some type of rough idea of what Im going to do with my aquariums just in case I do an irresponsible water change or make a horrible mistake. These are the tanks I currently have and what fish I have inside (im currently growing a few fish out and they will most likely all be rehomed soon): 20 gallon long - 1 paradise fish - 2 brown bristlenose plecos - 2 albino bristlenose plecos - 3 longfin zebra danios - 1 black mystery snail 10 gallon - 3 male fancy guppies - 1 female platy - 1 female guppy 2.5 gallon (corner view) - male veiltail betta 2.5 gallon (corner view) - 1 baby molly (~2-3 months old) 1 gallon (corner view) - 1 female guppy (put her in there because she was pregnant, I might be moving her to the 20 long very soon) All the tanks are cycled and running very smooth. I'm currently feeding all my fish crushed up pellets, flake food, cucumber (as a treat for my plecos once or twice a week) and shrimp bottom feeder pellets (also for my plecos). It's all my budget can afford but I'm hoping I can make their diet nutritious with bloodworms and other foods that will keep them at premium quality. My future plan is to dedicate all my tanks to breeding fish. I am also planning to get a 55 gallon from my friend once I make space.