if you have a tracker it's much easier, however it's a lot of money usually relative to your bankroll, and not really worth the investment if you don't plan on making real money
in the game.
The shove seems ok just from looking at it, but if we are shoving the 33, we need to be shoving things like 86s as they play much better when called. hands like this are called "safe hands" as they are rarely dominated by any calling range. Also, hands like T9s, 75s etc play best against big pocket pairs. So i'd honestly like to see you fold here sometimes and open your range up with "safe hands" i mentioned above.
also, you are missing key information in that hand. what game is it? any reads on opponents (are they loose/tight/crazy/anything out of the ordinary?)?
The easiest way for you to review hands and post them would be using the universal hand replayer.
easy to use, then whatever hand you have a question about, you can go through your HH and look for it, convert and post.
alternatively, if you only play a few tables at once, you can have a text document open while you play, and as the hands pop up, you can quickly copy and paste from hand replayer and then after your session, go over the spots in your head, or post them here and get feedback. remember, the more information the better.