Welcome to the seminar!
I consider the blogging space a liminal space, a performing space, and a transformative learning space.
I think that a part of becoming more comfortable in the blogging space, especially blogging in the open, is deciding what type of blogging belongs in what space. For example, for me, my blogging activity within the AU Landing has a specific focus: academic activity.
But I have a personal blog, which I don't feel comfortable revealing to the open public at this point. It is embedded in a private sandbox within my literacy blog, at http://edublogging4literacy.edublogs.org and most of those posts will probably one day be made available to the public, but when I am ready, not before.
Recently, I was talking to a colleague about how I have been wanting to enjoy slow-blogging, engage in reflective thoughts and introspection. I really enjoy using the blogs for chronicling my learning journey. Some of my learning is done in the most surprising places in surprising conditions. I keep a private dream diary, and record and archive my ideas on a voice recorder while walking (long, quiet walks far from traffic and noise).
Sometimes I blog for myself, allowing my learning path to take me in different direction each day, and I open up the blog reader for personal growth one day, and open the edublogging blog reader the next day (or open up and read several RSS aggregators on the same day and compile posts on several topics for several blogs).
I think we need to give ourselves more permission to blog for oneself, to engage in pure play with ideas. Sometimes I blog for just me, sometimes to a larger purpose, and I feel a bit odd addressing my diary (I have seen this done in personal blogs, though; for example, take a look at The Random Thoughts of Louis Schmeer).
Looking forward to discussions with you.