Do you find that sometimes you just don't want to have to decide where to go today, what to do, eat or buy? You wish someone else would come up with the plans and not ask your advice or opinion on each tiny detail?
You're not alone and probably have a form of decision fatigue. Having to constantly choose from a huge range of options or for long periods of time reduces your ability to make good choices as well as introduces a lot of stress in your life. But fear not, there are mitigating strategies you can adopt.
When I'm riding it tends to be an 'in the moment' experience. The feel of the wind in my face. The next bend, the next hazard, the sound of the engine. If it's an uncomplicated road and there are no hazards it's possible for an existential thought to pop up and smack me in the chin. Or if I stop for a moment to admire the view or reflect on what I've just seen then thoughts can start meandering along, picking up other hitchhiking thoughts along the way. These will then sometimes be dropped off in a few moments or come along for the long haul. I've had thought 'hitchhikers' for many years sometimes. Fortunately they don't often require me to stop for ice cream but they do keep saying "are we there yet?", to which I respond, "No! Stop fidgeting!"