Wait a minute -- can't you make your start weight 195 (which it actually was), and put yourself at 190 now? Maybe it makes no difference to you, but to me, it makes a difference that I can see my progress, and I wouldn't want to feel like I had to start over!
You should get credit (feeling-good-about-yourself credit) for the five pounds you've already used up. I consider it "using up" the extra weight, instead of "losing" it, because it does actually go somewhere -- it gets burned as energy during all the great activity that you are now doing. That helps motivate me to exercise and use up some stored energy that I already have, and it helps me make good eating choices -- I don't need a lot of extra-energy foods (ei. foods with a lot of sugar or fat), because I already have a bunch stored up that I need to use up first : ).
I have a problem collecting clutter in my house, too, so I have to remember not to buy new office supplies, etc., until I "use up" the ones I have; so I just apply the same principle to the weight.
| Pounds lost: 19.0