travel bucket list
Me being me, I organise everything. One of many lists includes all of the places I want to visit one day, and all the places I've been, timestamped. You don't need to be as OCD as me, but just like you have a life bucket list, or goals at work, I'd recommend you also keep a bucket list of places to explore to remind yourself what you have to look forward to.
Set a goal for yourself
Personally, my goal is:
Your travel goal can be as simple as 1 domestic trip a year, and 1 international every 5 years! No matter what the ratio may be, set it for yourself so you have something to work towards!
Not everyone has unlimited PTO! But you can still travel by thinking smart: Look through your work holidays (or academic calendars in you're still in school), and find holidays that may be good for you to leave town. They may be holidays you don't necessarily observe, or holidays that give you a longer weekends that save you days off.
[Fair warning: expect your destination to have more people than usual during peak seasons and big holidays... but that you're trade-off to make to conserve your PTO and go during busy times; or to use your PTO and travel to places with less people and less lines.]
If you're traveling for work, coordinate with your manager/HR to see if you can get your trip extended (you'll probably have to pay a bit out-of-pocket for your return flight, but at least you're getting a departure flight for FREE).
Be creative and make the most out of the limited days you may have to travel!