Some simple, basic practices will help your progress and won't take any more of your time.
If you're not already going barefoot in your home, just do it. The exception will be after a barefoot run, when your arches are tired. That's the time you can put your running shoes on, to support your arches that will be a bit tired, especially when you're still training your feet.
I never wear running shoes anymore, except for fun. Their only purpose in my life is for fashion. After a long, barefoot run, I'll slip into a pair of Birkenstock sandals. They provide needed arch support after a run and once they are broken in, they are doable us who prefer to be barefoot.
Going barefoot at home, this will help train your whole body and build strength in your feet as well.
Also practice the "cookie thief walk". See Archives for post from 04/10/13 for more information.
And when you're doing your daily Yoga, start "walking" that downward dog. If you haven't started doing Yoga, start doing it.