If you want to establish a new routine, learn a new skill or develop a habit, it's not enough to acknowledge the desire and wish it into reality. While it is helpful to begin with the end goal in mind, you'll need to determine small, manageable steps you can take to achieve the goal.
Most things are difficult in the beginning - don't let that stop you from trying something new. Beginning with small steps will make it possible.
We are striving for progress over perfection here, so it's okay if the steps are very simple and very small. Taking steps toward a goal builds momentum and the steps will bring us closer to our end goal than waiting for the perfect (elusive) opportunity.
For example: If you want to have a better bedtime routine, begin with a small step - brush your teeth.
If you want to quit eating out so much, begin with a small step - determine what you're eating for dinner tonight.
If you want to end the day with a cleaner kitchen, begin with a small step - take out the kitchen trash.
If you want to establish a bathroom cleaning schedule, begin with a small step - gather your cleaning supplies and bring them into the bathroom.
For me, it is tempting to ask, but what should I do next? You can answer that question by coming up with a plan of action but don't let that stop you from taking a first step. I have made many to-do lists only to become distracted by something else by the time I finish writing the list. Then, I realize at the end of the day I didn't take a single step, let alone conquer whatever it was that I was scheming on.
If you were to attempt any of the tasks above, maybe you would begin with a different step and that's okay. In many situations, it doesn't matter how you begin. Beginning is the best first step.
Good luck! We are in this together.