Competing desires and monthly goal

So in listening to the “lesson of the month” call,  Brooke said to pick one thing to focus on.  A caller asked if she should also try to drink eight glasses of water and she said, “No, go all-in on your one goal.”

I have an existing commitment in my life to a program that includes a daily routine of seven hours of sleep and a morning routine called savers. The savers have seven steps so it works better if you wake up early (ideally before sunrise) so that you can get it all in the day.

My monthly goal is to follow my protocol for my diet for the month. But I’m also committed to doing my savers every day which are important to me but here I am when I committed to going to sleep by 11, and I’m writing this at 1:30 a.m. because I’m tossing and turning and not being able to sleep because I am trying to figure out how I can go to sleep by 11, get seven hours of sleep and be up early enough to do my morning routine.

I feel this is independent of my monthly goal of losing 8 pounds/following my protocol every day. How can I rectify wanting to wake up early enough to do my savers but not being able to get my savers and regular life commitments into a day so that I can go to sleep early enough to sleep for seven hours a night and wake up early? Thanks so much for your help in this.