About a month ago, I purchased a relatively healthy majesty palm tree from Whole Foods. It had a few brown tips on some of the leaves, but it was overall in good condition. I placed it about four feet from an east-facing window and was watering it about once a week. This past week, the leaves have started to turn yellow at the tips, then brown and wilt. Some of the leaves look as if they were burnt by a lighter or match. I fear I may have over-watered it and/or not given it enough light.
I have been letting it dry out for a little over a week now, and this morning I moved it directly in front of an east-facing window, with two north-facing windows behind it. I haven't re-potted it or given it any fertilizer / plant food. Can someone help me identify what is wrong with my majesty palm and how I can bring it back to life? It was inexpensive, but I don't want it to suffer, nor do I want to lose its beauty in my home.
I have attached several pictures for reference. The upclose shots I took this morning, and the other one shows the position I had it in when I first bought it.
Any and all help is appreciated. I am relatively new to plant care, and I've heard majesty palms can be a tough indoor plant. Thank you all so much.