You can't easiy do this without artificially adjusting the timing of when you're subject to natural daylight. Your body has had many years of having the natural daily cycle of light drive its circadian rhythm and alas, changing when it "feels naturally tired" is more of a battle than just adopting a new set of waking times.
If you're prepping for visiting a time zone that is 5 hours different from where you are now, try doing the calcs/getting a plan from https://www.jetlagrooster.com - it includes preparatory and reparatory steps before/after you arrive.
If you're starting a new job that requires shift work you may well become a slave to the alarm and feel permanently like you're awake at the wrong time- read up on the theory on jetlag rooster and change your environment so you're articifically lighting and darkening your day in order to adjust your circadian rhythm.. kinda got to stick to it though (no weekends off, and it can be hard on other people you live with- separate bedroom available?). Blackout blinds and bright lights were the only way my relatives could cope with shift work
If you're having a child, you might well just have to write off 18 months or so to feeling like a sleep deprived zombie. It gets better, and everything is a phase- tell yourself this when they're driving you mental on a daily basis