Avoid doing any "Bathroom Surgery" to you nails or feet
Use lotion daily to your feet and heels. No lotion is needed in between the toes.
Avoid going barefoot, even in your own home. Most injuries happen at home.
If you wear slippers at home, make sure they have a solid sole for protection.
Wear light colored cotton socks, and inspect your socks after usage, looking for bleeding or drainage.
Wear comfortable supportive shoes, diabetic shoes with inserts, and/or orthotics.
Check shoes frequently for any foreign objects. Shake the shoes out and flip them over.
Use caution with car heaters and space heaters on your feet to avoid burns. Avoid walking barefoot on the beach or pavement in the summer.
Exercise your feet daily, "wiggling" and "curling" your toes. You can practice picking up marbles and buttons.
Check your sugars, and record them.
Know your ABC's (A= HbA1-c, B=Blood pressure, C=Cholesterol)