Just going off the top of my head:
- Make sure your bottles are clean. If held up to a light, you shouldn't see any specs of yeast or dirt.
- Sanitize all your tubing and racking equipment.
- Boil your priming sugar and caps. Cool the priming sugar a little so it's not boiling and add it to your bottling bucket.
- Siphon your beer into the bucket. I do this by starting the siphon and the placing the tubing all the way to the bottom of the bottling bucket with extra tubing coiled on the bottom. This helps to mix your wort with the priming sugar while avoiding splashing. Splashing at this stage will add oxygen to your beer and should be avoided. I also loosely place the lid on the bucket to help keep dust and things out.
- Connect your bottling wand to your bottling using a very short piece of tubing, just a few inches is all you need. It's way more difficult if using a long piece of tubing. I just stole a few inches of tubing from the long vinyl tube that came with my kit.
- I sanitize my bottles in a small plastic container filled with sanitizer. I spray the dishwasher rack with StarSan and dry the bottles there for a few minutes. I usually do this while the beer is siphoning into the bottling bucket, you can do it before then too.
- Fill your bottles over the dishwasher (if you have one) for an easy clean up.
- I place a cap on the bottle when it's filled and set to the side. If a run out of room, I cap the filled bottles and move them out of the way.
Other helpful bottling hints: When finished a beer, rinse the bottle well. Make sure your gear is well sanitized. Sometimes gunk gets into the bottling wand, make sure everything is clean.
Search on youtube for some videos if you've never seen the process done before. I find that useful for a lot of things. Hope this helps.