I've read around in the bottling/kegging section and searched for bottling day threads...
My first bottling day is fast approaching (Tuesday, my next day off). My stout will have spent four weeks in primary with more yeast added at two weeks thanks to my gravity sticking at .020 after a week. I've gotten consistent readings at .016 for the last three days, so hopefully that's all set.
As of now, my day-of plan is to scrub the kitchen down and clean all the brewing gear with no-rinse. My bottles are all new except for one batch which are cleaned out. Most of my bottles will be swing tops, that I'm planning on sanitizing with no-rinse and then putting in the oven on low (about 150, I don't have a dishwasher) to keep sanitized until the bottling begins.
I can work a siphon, and have a bottling wand. I have a pack of priming sugar that came in my kit.
Does anyone have any sort of checklist/timetable/etc that they use? I'm very anxious that I'll forget something at a crucial moment. I haven't screwed anything up this far, I'd hate to start now!