So, what about a compromise of when to go to bed such as 11? If you end up waking an hour earlier, that is not awful (as a mom, I get a ton done quietly before my family wakes up and I need to give them attention). Then what about making sure you are practicing good sleep hygiene. Meaning, not over eating before bed, keeping a cool and room that is not chaotic (cleaned up), then doing some mind cooling off with something like meditation? Reading a book that is soothing, etc. Also, exercise during the day is really important for good sleep at night. Don't work on or listen to music past say 6:00 at night (like me with caffeine). And you can tell your brain to be quiet. Music starts, you say "quiet" and think about lists of things you have to do instead. (that always tires me out).