Do you have a crate for her? If not, get one now! Also, get a long, light leash for her that you can have attached to you and also tied to your waist so when she is out and about she cannot go far. ALWAYS go outside with your puppy for potty breaks, NEVER let her outside alone during housebreaking.
Typical puppy schedule:
-Wake up in crate, go straight outside. Go to specific Potty Spot, give the potty command (hurry up, go potty, whatever), praise quietly while puppy goes, praise profusely when puppy is done. Give puppy a chance to go twice because some will pee a little, sniff around, and pee again.
-After first meal, straight back outside. Repeat above, praising a ton for good response.
-Naptime? Playtime? Whichever comes now, make sure puppy goes outside. Repeat above.
-Puppy can be loose SUPERVISED. Do not allow her to turn a corner or go into another room. Your eyeballs stay on her at all times. All it takes is a glance away for things to go wrong! If you have stuff to do, tie her to your waist so she can be out but cannot stray. If you cannot watch her, crate her. Listen for any whining or pay attention if she starts sniffing, because then it's time to go out.
-Lunch time. Post-lunch, take her out again.
-The above pretty much repeats itself throughout the day.
-Very last out- make sure she has plenty of time to empty herself.
-Middle of the night- I'd suggest waking up twice during the night at first, then once in the middle of the night until she's clean through the night.
-Another new day! Rush her out immediately.
Basically, after every sleep, nap, meal, and playtime, puppy should go out. Puppy should be crated when she cannot be directly watched or if it's been a long time between potties. When she can be half-watched, she should be tethered to your waist where she will always be by you. Immediately after good potty breaks should be the only time she's allowed to play loose in the house but only with DIRECT supervision and NEVER should be allowed to go into other rooms without your presence. In addition to crates, get some baby gates as well.
Good luck! She is a cutie.