I have incessant anxiety over my own posts, and if substandard, whether they will appear anywhere. How am I to know? They may be presented to others and not me!
No, except for your own posts being involved in suggested edits, as you have access to see and review and have a binding review vote on whether a suggested edit is to be approved or rejected. Your own posts as any other task are not reviewable to you, even when they are in any queue. Therefore, they are not counted as a visible review item to you, even as audits. However, they may be presented to others, which you can figure out if you have access to the Moderator Tools and therefore to study all the review tasks for presence of your own posts, or even to compose a Data Stack Exchange query, which I've done for you:
SELECT t.Id AS [PostLink], t.ReviewTaskTypeId FROM ReviewTasks t JOIN Posts p ON t.PostId = p.Id WHERE p.OwnerUserId = 1961 -- This is you ORDER BY t.ReviewTaskTypeId DESC, t.Id ASC
PostLink ReviewTaskTypeId -------- ---------------- 2084 4 // First Post 2684 3 // Low Quality Posts 2342 1 // Suggested Edit 2782 1 // Suggested Edit (4 row(s) returned)
No, you won't see your own posts in the review queues even if they were pushed there for some reason (as a result of flag, close vote, etc), unless you have a direct link to the review task (but even in this case you won't have an ability to review those tasks, of course).