Carolyn Wilman of Ontario, Canada, is serious about her sweepstakes. So serious that she has a nickname, the "Contest Queen," a book, "You Can't Win If You Don't Enter," and a website, contestqueen.com, all devoted to winning things for free.She's also one of five "sweepers," people obsessed with entering sweepstakes, profiled on the new reality show "High Stakes Sweepers," premiering Sunday, Aug., 14, at 10 p.m./ET on TLC.Wilman, 44, has won almost $250,000 in cash and prizes over the 10 years she's been entering sweepstakes, ever since she decided to turn a hobby into a full-time career."I worked in marketing for 15 years and found myself unemployed," she says on the show's series premiere. "I I read an article about a couple who entered sweepstakes on a daily basis. I thought, 'What a great idea. I won't have to work. I'll just win for a living.'"To win, Wilman enters an average of 100 to 300 contests per day, often enlisting the help of her 9-year-old daughter, Nicole, to get the job done.Over the years, she's won clothes, cosmetics, kitchen appliances. She estimates she wins five to 15 sweepstakes per month, including one lucky month in which she won three trips in one week alone."I feel so blessed that I won all this stuff," she says.Click here for sweepstakes tips from sweepstakes club pros.Confident in her reign as "Contest Queen," Wilman shares these five tips with "Good Morning America" viewers so that they can become super "sweepers" too.