I apologize in advance for the opinionated nature of this question, but I want to get some advice based on people's real world experience with this sort of thing.
By profession, I'm a software engineer. I'm not a web developer, but I know enough to make simple to moderate web sites. I'm familiar with Windows Server and IIS. I'm thinking of getting my own server and IP to host a bunch of random things, but I'm wondering if hosting everything at the same IP address would be a bad idea, at the very least for professional reasons. For example:
Lets say I wanted a programming blog. I write about ideas and projects, and maybe a link to my github. It's something I can share with people and perhaps show potential future employers. The url is www.MyAwesomeBlog.com.
But also I wanted a blog where I talked about something more unsightly. Not illegal, but let's say a blog about guns/politics/religion/brewing beer/growing weed/etc... the sort of thing that I wouldn't want all my programmer friends or a potential employers to see. This blog is at www.GunsPoliticsReligionBoozeWeed.com (hey, that url is available!)
While the two are completely separate urls, they're both hosted on my server and reached from the same IP address. A moderately competent person could find out that both of these sites are coming from the same place, or perhaps use a site like reverse IP domain check to see what else is coming from there. Is this something that I should really be concerned about? If so, what are some ways that I could mitigate this problem?