Your call. At this point we don't know what the fatality rate will be if it goes pandemic, we can only guess. Every individual has to balance the risk to themselves and their family vs "everyday regular life demands" and decide what is important. The 1918-19 pandemic only had about a 2.5% fatality rate and was very disruptive to socioeconomics.
If you don't think it is worth preparing or taking any precautions, then I wish you luck and hope you're right.
My point would be that even if this particular strain of H1N1 does not turn out to be a pandemic, or not a serious one, there is still H5N1 out there, and other possibilities, and the CDC has been saying for years its not if, but when, and what specific virus and characteristics, will be the next pandemic. We're already overdue, statistically.