I will answer your question with a question: Do you intend to ever advance your photography abilities? If not, then just stick with JPG large. If you intend to improve and develop your skills then RAW full resolution. With the extra resolution you will be able to crop more. With RAW, you will have more latitude to correct exposure errors while you learn.
It's a bit more complicated than that.
RAW has costs. In particular, it has postprocessing costs. It also takes up storage space and (if you upload pictures across a network) bandwidth.
Some people are happy to spend time postprocessing; others would rather devote that effort to things like studying composition, learning how to light, or spending time with their family. Some people have plenty of disk space with good backups and a fast Internet connection; others are making do with old computers and (even today) dialup lines.
I shoot what I shoot and try not to judge others who make different choices under different circumstances.
BTW, I shoot JPEG, max quality most of the time. I switch to RAW in situations where it makes sense (difficult exposure or ultra-important shots). The time I save on processing RAW files, I spend on other things that are more important to me personally.
And once in a great while, I go all the way down to 800x600 or even 640x480 for specialized situations.