Let's be honest. Until labor is actually completed by storks carrying babies in beautiful cloth through the air and delivery is catching the baby as the bird lands, it's never really going to be "easy." But there are some things you can do in the third trimester to make labor and delivery easier, even if it doesn't require a giant bird or a well-balanced cloth carrier to hold your baby.
That third trimester is no joke. You're exhausted, but you can't get comfortable. You have a ton of stuff to do, but you're physically unable to stand on a ladder and paint the nursery. You want to give birth to your baby, but you're also legit terrified of labor. Trust me, if you haven't thought simultaneously "Oh I can be pregnant forever, this is fine" and "Holy shit, I do not want to be pregnant a second longer", it's coming. The third trimester basically nukes all of the wires to your emotions so you just feel like Dorothy in The Wizard of Oz when her house is flying through a tornado.
But seriously, there are some things you can try in the third trimester to (hopefully) make labor and delivery easier. And the best part is that some of these are things you're already doing. (Except eating abundant amounts of Chipotle — that's not a way to help labor.) There's no guarantee they'll work, but hey, get used to that. It's what being a parent is all about — never actually knowing if what you're doing is working.