There are two ways you might find helpful.
(Definitely don’t use fake data! Yikes! Fake data is a quick way to hop onto a slippery slope that winds up making Beeminder more than a little useless in the end. Though a number of people have recovered from that by cutting it out completely after they’ve started, I’ve watched it tank Beeminder for more people than were able to recover from it.)
The first thing I would suggest is to change the deadlines on your goals so that they’re in the order that makes sense for the day. You don’t have to make traditionally morning goals have a morning deadline, since not everyone likes the idea of having a waterfall of goals (https://blog.beeminder.com/waterfalls/). You can just add one minute to each deadline, starting with the one that usually comes next after the first, and continuing on like that.
So, for instance, if you have a morning workout goal, but it has an 11pm deadline because sometimes you need a plan b), and the next thing you usually have to do after your “work out” goal is a “start work goal”, and then a “Must Do Task” goal, you could give the workout goal an 11:00 PM deadline, the “start work” goal an 11:01 PM deadline, and the “Must Do Task” goal an 11:02 PM deadline. That way, they show up in that order on your dashboard.
Another option is tags. We haven’t wrapped this into the main site’s UI yet, but you can use tags to manage what goals you see (and when, by viewing different tags at different times of the day). There’s a forum thread about it here: Remember tags? Work dashboard
I hope those help!