Yes, I do! You can visit me at http://livingthedigitallife.wordpress.com. I haven't posted this last week since its been a bit crazy (I started teaching a class on Esther and Ruth at the church in addition to everything else) but I plan on getting on there this week.
A great place to start is to choose your blog platform: Blogger, Wordpress, LiveJournal. Of these, Blogger is the easiest to set up and a bit more flexible with making money off of ads. I would recommend either Blogger or Wordpress for first time bloggers.
Choose your topic and write a post. Most blog posts are 300-500 words per post. Now, I know I've read some really lengthy posts but those seem to be the exception rather than the rule. You can also embed images, video, and audio to share with others.
Try not to share too much information about family as you can. Privacy is always a concern and the internet does have its dark side. So, I refer to my children as I, Big J, and Little J. And my husband is Hubby. I live in a pretty unique place and have posted on it several times but good luck finding me!
You can determine how often you post. Once a week, 5 times a week, once a month, etc. Its up to you. Blogging does take time. I spend at least an hour each time I sit down to write a post.
Read other blogs and comment on them so you can build friendships, get practice writing, and potentially have others see your blog.
On a side note, for those who are interested, EduBlogs has a Blogging Challenge for students twice a year. They learn how to blog responsibly and how to use the Internet.