Pics and videos are worth a thousand words and as many tongue-lashings! We often provide the harshest criticisim on ourselves, but, hey, learning is learning, right?
Whether you post the video or not, I would keep it and remember what I didn't like and need to work on. Then ask your supportive hubby to take another video in 6 weeks. See how you feel about that one then.
With no one to judge you, no pressures, no lessons, it's easy to slip into bad habits. I notice it with my downhill skiing. I used to be an instructor and when I go out now, I always ensure I do at least 1/4 of the day paying full attention to what I am doing. For a while I didn't do that, but when I realized how poor my skiing was becoming I developed that routine. Works great and I still have fun without any pressure.