Tools and Supplies:
Four longish pieces of wood
two Large barrels
Helmet that encloses the face
Oxygen tank (or substitute)
Rope or twine
Step one: Hammer the longish pieces of wood onto the sides of the pallet. They should all face the same way.
Step two: Lash the barrels to the sides of the pallet with your rope or twine.
Step three: Nail the office chair to the top side of the pallet (can be tricky.)
Step four: Put on track suite and helmet, or other space appropriate uniform.
Step five: Use duct tape to secure ankles, wrists, and neck so air doesn't leak from where suit meet boots, gloves, and head.
Step six: Enable joy stick near office chair/captains chair.
Step seven: Add gas to barrels.
Step eight: Enlist younger sister as co-pilot.
Step nine: Tell younger-sister-co-pilot, girls can breath in outer space, only boys can't, it will be fine.
Step Ten: Initiate launch sequence.
Blast off. We have ignition.
Step eleven: Enter orbit.
Step twelve: Engage thrusters.
Step thirteen: Be patient.
Step fourteen: Land on Proxima b.
Step fifteen: Establish if Proxima b can support human life.
Step sixteen: Leave Proxima b.
Step seventeen: Return to Earth.
Step eighteen: Meet fans, like the president, Elon Musk, and Taylor Swift.
Step nineteen: Take a selfie with these people.
Step twenty: Go home. Mom will probably have lunch ready by then.