One holding pattern rule-of-thumb, shown in the FAA Aeronautical Information Manual (AIM) , page 5-3-17, para. (c) is:
(c) Compensate for wind effect primarily by
drift correction on the inbound and outbound legs.
When outbound, triple the inbound drift correction to
avoid major turning adjustments; for example, if
correcting left by 8 degrees when inbound, correct
right by 24 degrees when outbound.
(emphasis is mine)
Of course this is just a rule-of-thumb subject to many variables. After you enter the holding pattern you should make any necessary adjustments to remain within the holding protected airspace.
If you have not been flying for a while, reading the entire section on "holding" in the AIM would provide you with an excellent resource to help refresh your knowledge.