Preflop: Terrible for 2 reasons: The first reason is that any decent reg is aware that a preflop min-raise (other than an open raise) is usually a sign of extreme strength, like QQ+. By making this small fishy-sized raise, you're actually showing a lot of strength and essentially turning your hand face up. The second reason is that you're allowing the SPR to be high, which gives marginal hands (like suited connectors and low pocket pairs) the opportunity to call and try to hit a monster hand (a set, a straight or a flush). By making a larger raise size instead (a typical 3bet size is about 3.5x the 2bet size, so around $2.50 in this case), not only are you disguising the strength of your hand better (since they might think that you're just trying to steal the pot and make them fold), but you're also lowering the SPR and not allowing these kind of marginal hands to out-flop you.
Flop: Completely fine. Good to see that you're betting and I like the sizing too.
Turn: Again, I love the bet and I love the sizing too.
River: Again, I love the fact that you're going for a thin value jam here and getting that extra value off sticky Qx hands like AQ, KQ and QT.
In summary, you played very well postflop, but your preflop play set you up for a disaster.