I suppose it depends on what your goals are. If you are just trying to capture moments as a personal reminder--what are usually called snapshots--then JPGs may be fine for you. But if you are interested in photography as an art or craft and spend any time at all doing post-processing, then raw gives you far greater control over color balance, exposure adjustment, tonal balance and noise reduction. If none of those terms apply to what you do--and you're quite sure they won't in the future--then just keep doing what you are doing. But as was stated above, shooting JPG only effectively burns the negative. Even if today's post-processing software isn't worth the hassle to you, tomorrow's will probably be a lot better, but its benefits will be limited if you only have a JPG.