When I was a kid I was tasked with painting my own room. When I grew up and bought a home, I painted some of the smaller rooms, but I felt perfectly comfortable paying for others t be painted, because I knew exactly what I was paying for - not so much the painting, but the luxury of not having to paint myself.
I also learned basic electrical circuiting (in 4th grade science) and had the skill re-enforced over my youth by my electrician grandfather. when tasked with updating light switches, light fixtures and electrical outlets, I'm perfectly capable and happy to do it myself.
Having skills is power. Its the power that I can do it myself, but not the obligation I have to do it myself. Its the power of an informed decision as to whether do it or pay for it.