I know how it is. These hobbies tend to grow and cost money.
There are a lot of seasoned homebrewers on this site that go straight from primary to bottle so I wouldn't sweat it. I'm sure a few of them will chime in and give you great advice on what to do.
My only thoughts are to suggest a couple of things. One is to place your primary fermenter in the spot where you will do your bottling several hours in advance so the trub has time to settle again. Then keep the racking cane out of the trub as you siphon into the priming bucket even if that means leaving a small amount of beer behind. If you have a racking cane clip, that will help by letting you position the cane above the trub.
Let me eat when I'm hungry, let me drink when I'm dry
Two dollars when I'm hard up, religion when I die
The whole world is a bottle, and life is but a dram
When the bottle gets empty, Lord, it sure ain't worth a damn