My relationship is long-distance and, given that we're young and not looking to settle down, we won't see each other much for the next several years. I love my boyfriend, but is there any point in being together when we see each other so infrequently?
You don't have to make any decisions right away. Let time go by, and in the meantime, live every day to the fullest. You may meet someone else. You may achieve other goals than a relationship at this time. Continue to make plans with him for the future while you pursue other personal and career pursuits.
If you truly love each other, it makes absolute sense to continue seeing each other whenever you can. BUT, if you find your interest lies in other directions, follow that line of thought without dismissing any possibilities.
Perhaps seeing each other after "a long while" will ignite your passion and love. Perhaps you may want to see him less often, or not at all.
There are many possibilities, all of which will present themselves at various times. You cannot control the future, but you can control the moment. Ralph Waldo Emerson said, "There's only one corner of the universe you can be certain of controlling, and that's your own corner." Take advantage of that power.
It's best that you live every moment in the most satisfying, productive and pleasurable way you can. Allow your future to wait until it becomes your present.