As everyone's saying, play tight. Get value out of your really good hands. I find there's no reason to slowplay big hands either. They are either going to call you all the way down to the river with their made pair, thinking it's the nuts, or they are gonna jam the nuts thinking it's preposterous that someone could beat their top pair 3 kicker.
Play small pots preflop with your speculative hands (suited connectors, small pairs, etc.) They can easily get you the bigger pots because your made big hands (boats, sets, flushes, straights etc.) are very concealed and again, they are looking to pay you off when they flop a pair.
You're going to be folding A LOT. That's ok. But don't just sit back and watch TV in the meantime. Really pay attention to your opponents. Find weaknesses you can exploit. Just because you are going to be playing a really tight game doesn't mean that there won't be times you can loosen things up a bit against certain opponents.
And one more thing, and it may be the most important thing I'm saying here. Keep position in mind. The more hands you play out of position, the more money you are naturally going to bleed away. You have a strong advantage when you are last to act. Use that advantage.