If you don’t immediately process your mail when you come home each evening, I strongly recommend having a set place to store your mail until you do have time to process it. This holding location should be near your main point of entry to your home and be able to meet your needs (a.k.a. large enough to hold the mail you receive).
We all know what traditional mail organizers and sorters look like, so I found a handful of not-so-traditional versions to highlight:
An over-door mail organizer, which is especially handy for renters since it doesn’t require nailing or screwing anything into a wall:
An old-school wood mail organizer with key hooks, which used to be traditional but has fallen out of style:
A corporate mail cart, which you can wheel around your home (and is large enough to hold an entire GTD and mail system):
A locking mailbox, which is great if you have a roommate whom you found on Craigslist or if you live in a group house: