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Meet the Winter 2019 DirectLoansLenders Scholarship Winner – Justin M. Anderson

16 January 2020
Kenneth Bennett
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We received many wonderful essays, and the DirectLoansLenders Committee examined all of them with great attention and interest. Now we are very happy to announce and congratulate the DirectLoansLenders Winter 2019 Scholarship Winner:

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How to Skyrocket Your Chances for Succeeding Financially While Studying

16 January 2020
Kenneth Bennett
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We are happy to present the Winning Essay by Justin M. Anderson, who is deservedly awarded the Winter 2019 DirectLoansLenders Scholarship. Read Justin’s essay to discover some smart money management tricks for college students.

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Something I Did To Change The World to The Better

8 September 2019
Angie Watson
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We are pleased to present the Winning Essay of Daniel Naqui. He is our proud holder of the Summer 2019DirectLoansLenders Scholarship. Daniel’s essay was cautiously examined and assessed by our rigorous jury and was fairly appreciated as the best among all other essays.

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Student Debt: Misused, Misunderstood, and Menacing

6 February 2019
Edna Hill
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We are pleased to present the Winning Essay of Jessica Perez in our Winter 2018 DirectLoansLenders Scholarship Contest. Jessica’s essay was carefully selected as the best essay among all others.

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Meet the Winter 2018 DirectLoansLenders Scholarship Winner – Jessica Perez

6 February 2019
Edna Hill
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Students who decide to get higher education invest in their future, creating a great path to success. Hoping that scholarship could be a great help for students to cover the education costs we created DirectLoansLenders Scholarship Contest. Directloanslenders.org wishes to give a hand and help in this self-investment.

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Meet the Summer 2018 DLL Green Finance Scholarship Winner – Tracy Martinez

7 September 2018
Kenneth Bennett
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Meet Tracy Martinez from Columbus State University. Tracy’s capacities in analyzing and systematization made her essay an outstanding one. Thus, Tracy is selected as the Summer 2018 DLL Green Finance Scholarship Winner. Graduation is expected in 2020. She is majoring in Social Science. Tracy made a conscious choice selecting the social science major. She aims to become useful for the society she is living in. After graduation, she will seek the possibility to contribute by her professional activity to the improvement of dialog between population and public institutions. In her free time, Tracy practices yoga and spoils her friends with […]

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How I Got to Financial Discipline

7 September 2018
Kenneth Bennett
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With a special pleasure we present this brilliant essay of our Winner of the Summer 2018 DLL Scholarship Contest. Meet Tracy Martinez describing her way to financial discipline.

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7 Useless Things In A Household

20 April 2018
Dineh Vidal
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Comfortably living can easily be one of the most relaxing things in a person’s life, being able to go home and enjoy the space that you are in, enjoy the vibe, and the peaceful feeling of actually being at home is like no other. Although your home is your personal space that describes who you are as a person, it is quite easy to go overboard on buying useless things for your place. Living comfortable goes hand-in-hand with living on a good budget. In this blog entry, I would like to focus on the things one should not buy in […]

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20 Tips For Throwing An Affordable Chic Party

20 March 2018
Dineh Vidal
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Twenty-one, twenty-fun, dirty-thirty, over-the-hill, all ages deserve a brilliant party! However, all potential party hosts understand that every party organization relates to the budget.

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7-Days-Challenge of Spending Wisely

22 February 2018
Dineh Vidal
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If you get paid bi-weekly, you have more than likely gone through the 7-Day-Saving-Money-Challenge, maybe not by choice but it was in best interest for your checking account that was in the double digits. You know what I mean, you get your check, pay your bills then “spoil yourself.” Now you have to suffer for the next week, living off of instant soups because you forgot to go grocery shopping before you went clothes shopping. We’ve all been there. There is no problem with spoiling yourself, but everything should be done in moderation.

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