33.h5 doesn't even look like too much of a blunder, because you take on c6 the next move. I don't fully understand the .7 centipawn loss there, it just feels like such an even game. I really think that this game is indicative of how consistent you are as a player.
Was there something to trading queens on turn 10? I know the computer says it's the best move, it already looks... drawish after the knight recaptures. I feel like Qg3 would have been more your style.
I just got interviewed for a graphic design internship position for these guys today: http://chessbrah.tv/about-chessbrah/ I felt really good about the interview. if I get the position, I'll get to travel to Montreal, help them with their blitz chess stream, and get drunk with famous chess players. It's still really weird to me. I didn't have anyone else to tell right now, but I thought maybe you'd be amused by it.
Also, I do the same about the downplaying, but I really think you're doing great! I'd love to see your next games.