Apparently phoblographer is a real thing. I googled the word and it returned a bunch of sites. It seems to be what it sounds like. Photo bloggers. Some are informational, some are conversational and some are hard to describe...go figure. When I googled phoblobrapher, it just pointed to phoblographer. I learned something today!
Anyways, my largest hurtle is that I am shy, but only when holding a camera. I am an executive director who meets regularly with my senior staff, my employees, boards, committees and political organizations. I can speak and interact like none other. If I have a camera, I shut down. It's bizarre, but very real. I like my images, I post my images, I share my images with friends and family, but I can't do street photography, take portraits or truly and comfortably interact with people when it comes to photography. I own a few different bodies, and depending on what the occasion is defines which body I will take. If there are people involved, I will take the body I know most about and have the most experience with, so I can give the appearance of being ok at what I am doing.
As far as photoblogging, I do have a few sites I post to. It's for me though. I don't put my work out there for C&C, although I always read the C&C if someone offers it, to gain the input of someone with different experiences than I have. It is like Snafoo said, though. The more I put myself out there, the more comfortable I get with each experience.