Everybody has their own lil way of doing this. Mine is dictated by limited kitchen size.
I collect my bottles the night before, or the morning of and run them through the santize cycle of the dishwasher to get rid of any oxyclean film or previous sticky mess on the sides. This can take a long time, so go help the wife with chores to help offset the mess you're about to make in her kitchen. lol
Grab a FG reading, heat my priming sugar then then rack the brew off to a bucket so it can be settling a lil bit while I get a few other things together.
Hook up my jet on one side of the sink and put some starsan in the other sink well. and run through my bottles then stand them upside down in the rack.
Put some towels down, and set my bottling station up and proceed to knock them on out. I put the caps in some starsan and loosely lay them on top of the bottle till I get 25 ready - which in my case is one of those old dish racks. The process goes by pretty quick.
I work from left to right. Grab the bottle and fill, while it's filling I grab a cap, soon as it's done, I place the loose cap on to prevent contamination, set the bottle in the rack and repeat the process. When I get about half way, I cap them and do the other half.
Wipe the tops clean, label and off they go to the beer closet.
On my first out of the box batch, I used the racking cane and hose that came with my kit one time before I wanted to toss it all in the garbage. There has to be a better way I thought.
After some reading here on HBT, I learned it was much easier to hook up the filling hose to the spigot and bring the bottle up to the filling tube. It's a very clean process with very little overfill - if any at all.
The only other thing I can suggest is to put some acoustic blues on the tune box, grab a bottle from the closet and enjoy!