That's toeside, a lot of beginners usually have trouble going that way. Take a look at your technique when going toeside as well. I've had friends learning who keep changing their stance angles and never get comfortable with anything, since their setup is constantly changing.
With toeside, you want to keep those knees bent, and not necessarily try to stand on your toes, but push your shin forward into your boot. This will provide pressure on the edge and helps with knee bend. It'll bend your ankle up, instead of 'lifting your heel' like a lot of people try to do.
A normal beginner stance would be in between 15-20 for the front binding and something 5 to -5 on the back binding (usually zero).