Many writers and journalists described traveling as a life enriching, almost existential necessary activity. "The world is a book and those who do not travel read only one page.", Augustine of Hippo said around 400 AD. "Travel like Gandhi, with simple clothes, open eyes and an uncluttered mind." is a famous insight as well, although some of his walks ended pretty violent. But in the end, travel like Gandhi, sounds good to hippies anyway.
Why don't you stay at home for a change and try to build up a satisfying life in your hometown? Could traveling be seen as an escapist strategy? We googled on that, but couldn't find wise quotes for that insight unfortunately. We did find many travel apps though and if you're really an adventurous traveler, enrich your life in North Korea