If you are concerned about the resale value of your house, it is important to appeal to the general public as opposed to your own tastes. Clean out your home every few months by taking a look around and collecting items that you no longer need. It is a great feeling to update your home decor as well as giving unwanted items to charity. Take those things you no longer need and donate them to a local charity or orphanage.This will de- clutter your home and give you space for new items. Take your trash out at least once a day. Don't let your trash pile in the kitchen because it attracts flies and ants as well as mold. Make sure that you don't let your trash take over your kitchen and set aside three minutes a day when you throw it out. Add a bit more swing to your home run swings when playing baseball, by putting a little uppercut into them.Opt instead for a timeless look that you still enjoy, and you will quickly make your money back if you have to sell. If you're painting your home, you should make sure that you paint the trim last. Moldings can actually be cut to size and painted before you place them on with a finish nailer in order to avoid any drips, but you should always wait until the end. Painting these first will result in you having to go back over them.To avoid costly mistakes when painting a room, make a small investment in the paint samples that many retailers offer. You can get 8 ounce sample sizes in any available color. For a small cost, you can apply paint to a big enough area to really get a feel for how the paint will look, much more accurately than with paint chips alone. Decorating your walls on a tight budget can be quite simple and requires no painting.