As fbueckert said in a comment, that might lead to some kind of gaming the system, so not necessarily a good idea.
However, if you're just genuinely curious (or some kind of creepy stalker), you can do some quick math and get a result of sorts.
The following works for you, OP...
Go to your profile (or anyone's for that matter, it's public info), scroll down to votes cast.
As of today, on Meta, you've cast 5 upvotes, 0 downvotes. Out of 5 upvotes,
- 2 were on questions, multiply that by +5: you awarded 10 rep points.
- 3 were on answers, multiply by +10, you awarded 30 rep points.
- you've accepted one answer (here), and since it wasn't a self-accept, you gave +15 rep.
I'm not sure it extends to the whole network, so you might have to do that on each site. Accepts however are visible network-wide, so it's a bit easier: take out everything that isn't per-site meta or self-acceptance, and multiply by 2. Granted, that gets painful when you have a lot of accepts network-wide, but this info is calculable.
... but that's only because you didn't cast many votes yet.
And especially, no downvotes. Also did not approve edits yet (+2 rep for editor), which are probably hard to track too since they can be done by anonymous users (no rep given).
Note that the vote counters don't distinguish between questions and answers. Meaning, this very answer is correct in your case, but not on a bigger scale, for people who cast so many upvotes and downvotes that it gets too hard to sort by Q/A, just by checking their profile activity's "votes" tab.
I tried to look around for a more mathematically accurate way to do this, and stumbled accross Search by keyword for answer / question I upvoted. A tweak would have been to use such a search operator along the lines of
upvotedbymeandcontains:"the" is:a (because likely a good chunk of posts contain "the"), but such a feature doesn't exist yet, so the result will indeed get murky quite soon.