I always concealed "indifferently". It's not a statement, it's a matter of practicality.
When I first got a permit many years ago, I bought off on the whole "concealed means concealed" mentality and went with the IWB holster tucked under a layer or two of whatever clothes I was wearing. I found two problems with that. The first was that you simply can't get to your gun very fast. The second is that you must buy an entire wardrobe (extra large pants, etc) and even then it's uncomfortable or awkward in many positions, particularly in automobiles.
So, I started carrying in a crossdraw holster under a loose jacket. The gun is right there on my left belly instantly accessible. I don't have to drag away layers of clothing and dig it out, instead its just pull my jacket aside with my left hand and a smooth draw with my right.
Honestly, I think such carry is actually more "concealed" than IWB which leaves a mysterious bulge on your hip. For me, a right hander, it means I carry my wallet, keys, etc, on my right side, so I'm exposing my right side when digging in pockets instead of my left, where the gun lies.
If I'm sitting in a restaurant or whatever and my jacket is open, I really don't care if the waitress or busboy sees my gun. It's the same outdoors if the wind exposes my gun for a moment.
Concealed just means out of plain sight. It shouldn't be a goal in itself.