Watering intervals is indeed good for the plants you have. However, making them excessively bone dry is not good as well. They are not cacti. They do have drought tolerant properties but it does not mean they do not need better watering as seasons change.
Your location is Dubai, UAE, so your growing area is much drier already. Try to improve your watering. In winter it is understandable to have longer intervals but once it is Spring and going into the summer months, even while indoors, your plants will need better watering regimen. I would also think by now your indoor AC is running, so it is making things drier indoors.
It also depends what media you used when you planted them. Succulents need grittier media to allow faster dry out time. Tropical plants need a bit more moisture retention at root zone.
North facing windows is generally a weak light source. If you have no other option and it is not a privacy issue for you, keep those windows unobstructed, so as much light can enter. I looked at your weather forecast, it is in the triple digit mark outside, so for sure lots of dry, hot air and very sunny. It is a blessing your plants are all indoors, otherwise they will all be dry roasted.
Newly repotted succulents like your jade plant, just needs a few days to adjust. If it has existing roots, then after a few days you can water freely, but make sure water drains out. Same with the Sans and corn plant, allow excess water to always drain out. In poor light conditions they do not like to sit in water too long needelessly.