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After a relaxing (and sunny!) Easter break it was wonderful to call into the Whanganui Regional Museum to congratulate Rose Stobie who has joined their dedicated team in the role of Kaiwhakahaere manuhiri | Visitor Services Coordinator.
Client and candidate vouchers supporting local gems The Burrow and Article ❤

🗳 Just a reminder that applications for the role of Pou Kōrero | Marketing and Communications Coordinator close this Friday 22nd April.
You can request a copy of the Candidate Job Brief by emailing [email protected]
Thank YOU Jack, & Article, for hosting us. And Delphi of course. And thank you for this very generous write-up/ preview. You’re the best ☕️
Enjoy coffee and its many benefits.


For thousands of years, coffee consumers have savoured the calming scent of the beverage and cherished it as a morning pleasure. It's commonly used as a "pick-me-up" in the mornings, a warming drink in the winter, and even a post-meal pleasure. In recent years, an increasing number of coffee wholesalers have experimented with novel ground coffees and coffee blends, trying out new tastes. If you like coffee, here are some suggestions for getting the most out of it and reaping its numerous benefits.

Coffee has been around for a long time, but not in the variety that it is now. You can now get practically any variety of coffee beans from the comfort of your own home. You may get world coffee from a variety of nations to sample a variety of coffee mixes. You may choose between roasted, strong, or Kona coffee. There are so many different kinds of coffee that the options seem limitless.
Coffee that is both cold and flavorful
A cold coffee or iced coffee beverage is another popular variety of coffee today. Cappuccinos, which are specifically flavoured mixes of coffee, milk, and other ingredients to make a sweet coffee-like delight, are available in a range of flavours. Then, as an alternative to milkshakes and other beverage indulgences, try an iced latte, espresso, or other coffee beverages. These are also a terrific treat for youngsters, but don't give them too much coffee or they'll bounce off the walls for a long time!
Coffee's health advantages
There are contradictory ideas regarding the health advantages of coffee, but as with any other natural food or beverage, the question is typically "how much" a person should eat or drink rather than "whether" they should. Regular, moderate coffee drinking has been associated with several health advantages. According to studies, coffee consumers are less likely to get Alzheimer's disease, gallstones, diabetes, depression, and Parkinson's disease, according to studies. Ground coffee and coffee beans contain a lot of natural antioxidants. Antioxidants aid in the elimination of poisons from our bodies and help to prevent illness.
On the other hand, coffee contains a lot of caffeine. Caffeine can offer an instant energy boost, but it can also create long-term health problems if ingested in excess, such as an elevated heart rate, high blood pressure, or an irregular heartbeat.
Coffee is also very acidic, which can lower oxygen levels in the body and cause lactic acid accumulation. For people who need to reduce their caffeine intake, there is decaf coffee, which has had the majority of the caffeine removed.

As with many natural foods and beverages, drinking coffee in moderation is still the best way to get its health and other advantages.

The advantage of purchasing coffee online is that you can acquire the freshest coffee and select from a variety of coffee mixes to thrill your taste buds. When it comes to coffee blends, even coffee lovers have diverse tastes. When you get coffee online, you may test out all of the different blends and choose which ones you prefer. You may also order things from the comfort of your own home at reasonable prices.
Many of the rare coffee blends are not available in local grocery shops, so you may pick and choose from a diverse assortment of ground coffee from across the world.
Mindset for Dieting.

When it comes to dieting, too many people set themselves up for failure before ever starting. They fear going on diets and plot their blunders ahead of time. Far too many would-be dieters are planning their first Rocky Road accident while eating their last bowl of Rocky Road before the big event, which is sad to say but true.
I'm not sure why we do this to ourselves, but it's something I see in dieters all the time. The all-too-common belief is that before starting a diet, one must binge on all of one's favorite foods since they must be fully removed in order to lose weight. Nothing could be further from the truth if you are being honest with yourself. Many of us are unable to embrace the notion of moderation.

In order for any diet to be effective, you must modify your way of thinking about food as well as your personal pleasure of it. The enemy is not food. And this is something that a lot of people don't realize. Even 'delicious' meals aren't bad for you. Your personal failure to portion foods correctly is the adversary. The issue is that we consume the incorrect things significantly more frequently than we eat the proper foods. Here are the issues.

Our bodies require the nutrients we are depriving ourselves of by failing to consume the recommended five servings of vegetables and three servings of fruit every day. We feel hungry or deprived because something is missing in our bodies.

We would find that if we ate the recommended number of fruits and vegetables each day, we would be significantly less likely to feel hungry and crave unhealthy meals. As a result, we're lot more inclined to appreciate things in moderation, as they should be.

Another issue we face is portion control. We live in a world where "up selling" is the norm. Almost every fast-food meal comes with super-sized fries and a gallon of your favorite cola, which is packed with empty calories. You must learn to say no to these requests and avoid circumstances where you may be tempted to order larger portions to be genuinely effective when dieting, you must view the process as one of constructing a healthy you rather than one of deprivation. If you're having a bad day, don't blame it on your diet. When you're feeling deprived, remind yourself that you're depriving your bones of the extra weight they're carrying.

Remind yourself that you're getting rid of the baggy garments that are supposed to mask your flaws. Remind yourself that you are removing years of bulges from your physique and restoring your youthful appearance do not become too engrossed in the dieting process that you neglect to appreciate some of life's pleasures.

The fact that you're watching your weight and calculating your calories doesn't ensure you'll never go over your daily calorie limit. The aim, however, is to achieve equilibrium. You could be surprised at the outcomes if you learn to portion your meals appropriately, consume in moderation, and add fun calorie-burning activities into your daily routine.
Mindset for Dieting.
When it comes to dieting, too many people set themselves up for failure before ever starting. They fear going on diets and plot their blunders ahead of time. Far too many would-be dieters are planning their first Rocky Road accident while eating their last bowl of Rocky Road before the big event, which is sad to say but true.
I'm not sure why we do this to ourselves, but it's something I see in dieters all the time. The all-too-common belief is that before starting a diet, one must binge on all of one's favorite foods since they must be fully removed in order to lose weight. Nothing could be further from the truth if you are being honest with yourself. Many of us are unable to embrace the notion of moderation.

In order for any diet to be effective, you must modify your way of thinking about food as well as your personal pleasure of it. The enemy is not food. And this is something that a lot of people don't realize. Even 'delicious' meals aren't bad for you. Your personal failure to portion foods correctly is the adversary. The issue is that we consume the incorrect things significantly more frequently than we eat the proper foods. Here are the issues.

Our bodies require the nutrients we are depriving ourselves of by failing to consume the recommended five servings of vegetables and three servings of fruit every day. We feel hungry or deprived because something is missing in our bodies.

We would find that if we ate the recommended number of fruits and vegetables each day, we would be significantly less likely to feel hungry and crave unhealthy meals. As a result, we're lot more inclined to appreciate things in moderation, as they should be.

Another issue we face is portion control. We live in a world where "up selling" is the norm. Almost every fast-food meal comes with super-sized fries and a gallon of your favorite cola, which is packed with empty calories. You must learn to say no to these requests and avoid circumstances where you may be tempted to order larger portions to be genuinely effective when dieting, you must view the process as one of constructing a healthy you rather than one of deprivation. If you're having a bad day, don't blame it on your diet. When you're feeling deprived, remind yourself that you're depriving your bones of the extra weight they're carrying.

Remind yourself that you're getting rid of the baggy garments that are supposed to mask your flaws. Remind yourself that you are removing years of bulges from your physique and restoring your youthful appearance do not become too engrossed in the dieting process that you neglect to appreciate some of life's pleasures.

The fact that you're watching your weight and calculating your calories doesn't ensure you'll never go over your daily calorie limit. The aim, however, is to achieve equilibrium. You could be surprised at the outcomes if you learn to portion your meals appropriately, consume in moderation, and add fun calorie-burning activities into your daily routine.

Organic and Fairtrade coffee from the excellent Devils cup, in Patea. Small bites - Vintage, retro clothes + Nick Nacks, Goodies, Ceramics, records, homewares.

Diverse local art works. Article is situated in the heart of Old Whanganui, in the original Chronicle paper building. We endeavor to facilitate a sales spot for the multitudes of talented local artists, creators and crafters. However, article also sells good coffee, cool stuff, inclusive of vintage clothes and unique old products. We do this in a relaxed environment where the art is and can be pur

Operating as usual

21/05/2022

Whanganui pals - if you aren’t going to see Anthonie Tonnon tonight at the opera house - I suggest you do so. He’s wrangled an all-star full band and Is being supported by the immaculately talented ‘castlecliff lights’ (aka my girlfriends boss ass band). I wish I could go.. but I’m hosting my mothers 70th at article.

Get it!

X

18/05/2022

Look at these cuties right here. New sunnies in stock only $15 bucks to look nearly as good as this caramel slice here

Photos from Article's post 11/05/2022

Hey pals,

I will be back at work tomorrow x
It’s been a draining, cathartic and beautiful week saying goodbye to Ross. We laughed, we cried, we burnt old pianos and told stories about his incredible life. RIP Dad.

05/05/2022

My dad, Ross Mitchell-Anyon, has passed. He meant so much to so many. A loveable rogue. Unstoppable force of nature and creation. Heritage champion. Love you dad. You will be missed by many.

Feel free to visit Ross 12-5 from Saturday - Monday at 71 Bedford avenue.

Funeral will be held at the gonville town hall, 39 tawa street at 1:30 pm, Tuesday the 10th.

Ross’s service will be live-streamed at www.clevelandfunerals.co.nz

04/05/2022
03/05/2022

Mellow Yellow. Picollo

Crown, Phillip island souv.

29/04/2022

Robin Hyde used to work in this here building. This cute character was gifted from confluence - thanks guys.
Standing guard in the foyer she once frequented.

11/04/2022

Excuse me, Delphi reminded me to tell you she’s taking the day off on Good Friday. Something about needing the day to eat snacks and lie about. Back Saturday x

06/04/2022

You know you’re flying high when you hit air chats in-flight mag 🛩🪐

Two to three cups of coffee per day is good for your heart 05/04/2022

Two to three cups of coffee per day is good for your heart

give up your mushroom elixirs.

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Two to three cups of coffee per day is good for your heart Two to three cups of coffee a day is a 'magic number' for a healthy heart, according to a new study that has tracked the coffee-drinking habits of half a million people for 10 years. Dr Peter Kistler is the senior author of the study.

29/03/2022

Thimble keep cup 🙏

20/03/2022

Just another work of art by the fluffy admirers.

17/03/2022

And we’re back from ISO! Just in time for open studios. Article will be open Saturday AND Sunday both weekends. Giddy up

10/03/2022

Strange times Indeed.

02/03/2022

Seat your toddler In style

24/02/2022

Crown Lynn flower power.
Frosted vintage arcoroc piccolo.
Whanganui commemorative swoon.

18/02/2022

Once again, Article has the utmost privilege and pleasure to host the Whanganui zinefest. 1-5 tomorrow! This is a super special event made possible by some super special and talented people. Article will continue to serve coffee, tunes and dawg pats throughout. Hope to see you tomorrow. X

10/02/2022

Antique rocker going cheap!

Also selling this beautiful rocking chair

08/02/2022

Pals. It’s been so long. Too long.
So it is our greatest pleasure to say: we’re back. Tomorrow morning.
Delphi and I have missed you all immensely.

See you soon.

Team Article x

19/12/2021

That’s a wrap folks! What a strange, challenging year it’s been.

Through the muffled, masked conversations and awkward vaccine pass moments, comes an acute awareness of those around you. A poignant reminder to appreciate the community you’re a part of.

These are not my staff. This is a small slice of community cafe cake.

A huge thanks to you all for your support this year. Special mention to Ellen Young for her imagination and transformation of the streetscape.

Delphi and I will be taking our famous lengthy holiday and will return: February 9th - fresh as daisies.

Article Jack xx 😚

📸 Michael Mckeagg

10/12/2021

Fruits of summer 🌺

Rhubarb/strawberry tart graft

02/12/2021

The world is weird right now.
Whatever side you sit on, the division of people is unpleasant.

However, as of tomorrow, you will need a vaccine certificate to enter Article.

For the vaccine hesitant - I have purchased a very cute brick phone you are most welcome to text your order to. Coffee will be brought to you outside the venue, with payment details.

Number is: 0284643772

for direct payment: 38-9006-0773881-00

Let’s hope for a brighter, less divided future.

Your pal Jack

26/11/2021

Very sad to hear of Gail’s passing this evening. We will miss you at the communal table Gail Imhoff, chatting and doing crosswords - while drinking your extra hot chocolate. Rest In Peace lady

Love Jack x

26/11/2021

Were you at the Wanganui conference in 1980? What activity is on this spoon and what was the conference about?


19/11/2021

For the first time in 5 years, I’m releasing my iron-clad, control freak grip on Article and taking a Saturday off. I’m leaving it in the capable hands of a renowned DJ, a high school kid and a couple of doggos.

I’m off to Hawke’s bay with my darling for her birthday.

Xx

Article Jack, signing off.

17/11/2021

Fresh off the press from the lovely @aliwatkins_

We got Vouchers !
Any amount - valid forever and ever.

Photos from Article's post 23/10/2021

Look! A beautiful, hand painted window sign! Thanks so much to the very talented Kate for her fine work. It’s been an absolute pleasure having you x

16/10/2021

Bless x




Whanganui Town Centre Regeneration

07/09/2021

I went into article today. To water the plants and fetch an oversized disco ball for the lovely @coco_doe. The sun came out just enough to grace a beam through the window. Delphi gave me her usual forlorn and confused look she does when we go to article out of work hours.

Happy to say - we will be back to business - not tomorrow, but next Wednesday.. and can’t wait to see you all 😘

PS - please obey the delta 2 rules, respect each other’s space, sign in and be conscious. Team Article x

29/08/2021

UPDATE: all SOLD! 25 kilos on their way…

Friends! How are you? It’s been ages! I have coffee to move.. would you like some? I have some many kilos to re-home due to this extended lockdown. Contactless delivery to your letterbox. 1 KG Beans or ground to your liking. $35.00 lockdown special! Come in sealed, compostable bags. DM me!

Miss you!

Article ###

17/08/2021

Lockdown be like…

Be kind to yourself, paint something, organise your pantry, or just Google fainting goats.

Miss you all already xx

21/07/2021

🤔

Special hat from team vision, signed by he who must not be named, himself.

Photos from Article's post 16/07/2021

While running an ancient and majestic elevator inside a hill, my man crush - Anthonie Tonnon, has released his album “leave love out of this” and Article has the absolute pleasure and privilege of being Whanganui’s official retailer. Get in quick, they won’t last long…

Available as LPs, CD’s and special Deluxe LPs. All purchases come with download codes.

❤️ ❤️ ❤️

12/07/2021

Just look how happy he is. This OG wooden Casio has gone to its new home with Cam. May you be immersed in tremolo-ridden arpeggios for many years to come. Aww, bless. X

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