top of page


Welcome to Clippy's...

A personal development organisation focused on driving healthy and sustainable habits through the medium of food. The learnings and new skills acquired can then be applied to anything in life. 

Michelle is the founder of Clippy's, previous roles include food entrepreneur supplying thousands of supermarkets across the globe, business & food advisor to the UK & EU Governments, and a published author

This has provided numerous national TV & Radio appearances on ITV & BBC national & local news as well as MasterChef, Great British Menu, Alan Titchmarsh, amongst many others.  

  • Twitter
  • Youtube
  • LinkedIn
Head on the right with fruit on dark back ground_edited.jpg

Habit forming?

All of the courses use habit forming as a basis, forming new healthier, sustainable habits is notoriously challenging and changing existing habits is even harder. So, one may be thinking "this is going to be hard" before even starting. Breaking our daily habits is not easy! So following the 4 steps can help to re-address that imbalance. 


Clippy's four habit rules:

1. It should be obvious something needs to change.

2. It should be an attractive habit to adopt.

3. It should be easy to introduce and sustain.

4. It should be satisfying when it becomes part of a daily routine.

Building healthy habits: 

With a selection of workshops & courses to choose from, each one can be tailored to fit your needs and preferences. With over 25 years of experience, contact us today to learn more about how Clippy's can help. 


"Michelle from Clippy's developed a course based upon establishing healthier habits, the concept of  'fake-away' meals was introduced to the parents and children in school. The parents have continued cooking these recipes at home. Clippy's  enthusiasm and love for helping people shines through and our parents have said many positive things about the classes. Thank you for helping us at the Wise Owl Trust to coach our parents to think about the benefits of enjoying healthier meals as well as ways to improve the diets of their children and families"

Wise Owl Trust

bottom of page