Congrats on the wolf TF!
A few years back I was really into learning about lucid dreaming. One of the things that helped me the most was keeping a dream journal. I know it may sound corney, but I highly suggest that you do it. Keep a pad and pen by your bed and as soon as you wake up begin writing down what you remember. At first your notes might simply have colors or emotions written down, (like "happy, red") but as time go on you may begin remembering things more vividly.
The second thing that helped was checks throughout the day. Pick an object that you see everyday,my item was a doorknob. As you go about your waking life, whenever you see the object think to yourself, "am I dreaming?"So whenever I saw a doorknob, I would ask myself if I was dreaming. If you do this enough in your waking life, it will become subconscious and you may begin doing this in your dreams whenever you come across your object. Once you are asleep and realize that you are dreaming, the world is your oyster. Unfortunately, most minds will end the dream shortly after this happens.
The third thing that I learned was the importance of staying asleep after becoming lucid. I have not found a sure-fire way to accomplish this. There are some books that recomend spinning in a circle in your dream with your arms close to you. I am not sure what the purpose of this is or if it really works.
I hope this helps