Life can often seem complicated. But it isn't life that is complicated, it is how we conduct our lives that builds the maze. Most of our problems we create ourselves.
The good news is that we can destroy these same problems simply by deciding to do so, and conducting our lives with the elegance and rationality of simplicity.
For example, if you rode your bicycle to the gym, you wouldn't have anything to do once you got there. You could go relax in a park, then ride home.
"A little simplification would be the first step toward rational living, I think." — Eleanor Roosevelt