I think that's a damn shame. With this mentality, you forget to discover your own backyard. And your own backyard is probably pretty incredible. I've explored the hell out of mine and those are some of the most important travels of my life. I have lived in four different states, all in completely different parts of the US. Between all of this packing and unpacking, I further exhausted my suitcases by dragging them to 20 other states, in search of the different cultures that make up my national backyard. I've peeled back layers that I didn't know existed and I've found that, while I don't need my passport, there's so, so, so much to discover.
Traveling can be, ironically, single sided. There's a pretentious belief that you are only a "real" traveler when you've gotten dirty and lost and eaten weird things and put yourself in perilous situations. I don't believe that. I don't actually believe in a "real" traveler. Are you traveling? You're a traveler. Congratulations.
Put that experience to use: go discover your home! I bet you don't know nearly as much about it as you think, so get out there and enjoy discovering it!