At ten weeks, unless they're sleeping, you can't let them out of your sight for a second! They're teething like crazy, and with tiny little bladders, they have to potty about every 3.5 seconds.
Its either one or the other....
The best thing to do (besides never ever let her out of sight) is to put everything you don't want chewed out of puppy range *and* provide lots of nummy puppy chews that are way more appealing than, say, your computer cord.
Rawhides are good, but you (alas) have to supervise that chewing too. They can try to swallow a stick all at once, or swallow too much of a stick, and that often requires surgery. We found the flat pieces of rawhide more puppy-friendly than the sticks. Carrots and ice cubes are also a big hit.
The other thing to do is to make sure she gets plenty of play time. Puppies will go a million miles an hour and then *crash*. You will learn to value "crash-time."
If she has a crate to sleep in, so much the better. She will quickly learn that crate-time equals sleep-time, and you can, say, take a shower without worrying about an electrical fire.
I gotta tell you though, our house was never cleaner than when we brought home our little bundle of joy.
She's a just a year old now, and has only recently stopped chewing shoes we're silly enough to leave out. Now she just carries them around occasionally and drools on them. Little dear.
Have fun with the puppy, she is adorable!