If you're limping in with 10% of your stack, something is definitely wrong.
For the most part, limping is bad. Unless you're trying to trap a very aggressive table. Even then, raising would have more overall value. So, you should be folding most hands, raising more, and limping in the least. Basically if its a hand you want to limp in with, but wouldn't raise with, just fold it. The exception being small pairs and suited connectors in late position. Since you can get paid if you hit a set or straight. In early-mid, I fold these since three they don't play well OOP and you're in a bad spot if there is a raise behind you.
So, try to minimize your limping, especially when it's costing you 10% of your stack, and find hands you can enter with a raise or 3bet. You thin out the field (it's easier to win pots against fewer players than a whole table) and you get value on your big hands when they hold up. Also, since you're playing select, strong hands your stack shouldn't be dwindling too much too quickly.