# How to establish the "correct" frames of reference that a question ask (confusion)?

Question: A light-year is the distance light travels in one year and is equal to $$9.46*10^{15}m$$ Imagine you travelled at a constant velocity of $$0.97c$$ from earth to the next nearest group of stars, the Alpha Centauri group, which is at a distance of $$4.26$$ light-years. Calculate, in years:

a) the time it would appear to take from Earth for you to complete the trip. b) the time it takes to complete the trip from your point of view as you travel.

Now the problem I have is to see from the frame of reference that the question asks.

For a), the answer says that this time is the proper time. But from my interpretation, this would be the relativistic time. Since I am in motion relative to an observer in a stationary frame of reference, from a stationary observer's perspective, my time would be slower.

And same thing goes for b), the answer says this is the relativistic time. Wouldn't this be the proper time? This time is the Proper time from my point of view and I can consider myself as stationary while space is rushing pass me, can't I?

From my interpretation, everything seems correct and logical to me but apparently not. What am I missing?