One of the things I've learned this winter is that as a diabetic, I have to take good care of my feet. Though I don't have any numbness or tingling, my feet do get cold. My family will be shocked to know that I've even worn socks to bed a couple times this winter. As someone who has never been able to sleep with even the covers on my feet, wearing socks to bed is akin to wearing a straitjacket.
During the day around the house, I wear my monkey socks with the no-slip soles. These were a gift from some writer friends a few years ago. I wear them over my regular socks (again something that shocks my family, as I was known to go barefoot in the good old days even in winter, due to the fact that my feet were always hot).
Heather took this picture for me. I was going to take it myself but then realized that would have made the monkey faces upsidedown in the photo.