3. Reassess your priorities
If "swag" is your occupation, then you're technically unemployed. If your side hustle is camping out for gear and then flipping it on the Internet, really take time to calculate the sacrifices you're making. Time is a huge investment, and if you wait eight hours to cop a $45 dollar shirt to sell for $100, you're still making less than minimum wage. Sure, if you're young and enjoy hanging out with your friends in line, by all means do that, just don't fool yourself into thinking it's a job, or that it's a noble cause. At the end of the day, you're just passionate about gear. You're no different from the type of nerd who goes to a comic convention, except instead of superheroes, it's clothing you geek out about.