That all depends on you and your skill set. I out source what I hate to do. If there is a basement I will do all the plumbing. If it is a crawl space I outsource it, don't like climbing under there. I do most of the electrical because of the cost and I kinda enjoy electric. I do all my own tile as I love tile work. I do my own hardwood floors but let a pro do the carpet. Carpet and I don't get along. Everything on your list is very basic and something I would ask my wife to do other then light fixtures. I don't think she would do those, might I never asked.
If I am under a tight deadline I often outsource interior and exterior painting because its not that hard. Lots of people can do it.
I out source the work I do not like. I contract roofing ,due primarily to my age, and dry wall mudding which takes me too long to do economically myself.
I do pretty much everything else myself on full gut renos.
I did demo, paint, flooring, light fixtures, and replaced the toilet. I contracted out roof, siding, gutters, drywall, framing.
While I saved thousands by doing work myself I will say that I am way slower than contractors. Not only that but I made mistakes that wasted time.
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