I don't see the need to differentiate here between full time and part time except in terms of the objectives for one's trading. I think it is extremely important for a trader to decide whether they are aiming to earn a regular income from which they will live or whether they are accumulating capital. There is a huge difference between these two in terms of what type of trading, the pyschological pressures and other factors in life such as obtaining bank loans, covering sickness periods, financing kids and so on.
If one is constantly and continually trading the daily charts then one is a full time trader regardless of what one does during the rest of the day. In these situations having access to charts during the day is not necessarily a blessing at all - in fact it can do more harm than good. A person trading from dailies will usually have pre-set their stops and targets and will just let them run.
I gave up full time employment to trade my own account but I still run a business from home that is entirely unrelated to trading. My aim is capital building but with a few treats along the way! - but I still consider myself a full time trader because the markets and trades are current in my life constantly, except for holidays!
I have a standard pre-set provisional risk/reward set that is automatically placed as orders whenever I take a trade (my risk/money management parameters) but I do two things- one before the trade and one after it is taken:
Before taking any trade I check whether the proposed stop/targets are sensible and within my general parameters - if not - no trade.
After taking the trade, I immediately adjust the pre-set stop/target levels to the nearest S/R or other meaningful level. i.e. the target level has a defined logical identity and the stop is at a level that nullifies the criteria that justified the trade in the first place.
Edited to add:
Just for clarification, I have always been a short term trader (1H ->5m) as a retail trader but I have been trying for some time now to migrate to Daily->1H TFs. It is unbelievably difficult to wean oneself off the 15m chart when one is trying to run a longer term position and I have so many times taken profits way too prematurely and left me wondering how and where to get back in again!! D