The nice way of putting it is that I am detail orientated. More accurately, I am really annoying about tiny little matters of unthoughtful design. Since I post a candle lighting times chart prominently, it was bringing me down that my chart was functional, but basic. So I redesigned it. Hopefully, the end result is easy to read, easy to scan for holidays, and includes a maximum of useful information (all the special Shabbatot!) in a minimalist format. I used shades of gray, so it can be printed on any old printer. It prints on any standard paper (letter or A4) and then trim around the border for a 4×6″ / 10x15cm card.
This year, since I was learning the ropes, I only have Los Angeles, Los Angeles Valley, New York City, and Jerusalem on offer. But I’m definitely planning on making more next time.
Halakhic note: I checked these times against several different reliable luchot, but they may vary depending on your particulars. For second day of yomtov, where the candle lighting time reflects the method used to calculate tzeit (among other considerations), the time used is 50 min. Please adjust according to your own practice.