I can certainly relate to your plight. I live 30 miles north of Boston, and until 3 1/2 years ago I used to spend two hours commuting morning and night. Now that I work from home I have four hours of my life back every day to do with what I want. So I was actually saying why I make my own bread, and not necessarily why you should bake. I fully understand what the lack of time is like.
One possible solution would be to check out the book Artisan Bread in 5 Minutes a Day
. it turns out some of the best bread I've ever tasted and it really does only take about five minutes. You whip up a batch of simple to make starter dough in 5 minutes. It gets refrigeratred and can be used for up to two weeks to make four loaves of bread. On baking day you cut off a suitable sized piece of the starter dough to make your bread. The entire prep time on baking day also takes five minutes. Granted there is additional time for your rise and for baking in the oven, but these are things where you can multitask and do other things while those events are occurring. So it really does take about five minutes of dedicated time. With this book you can make a wide variety of bread and rolls, and the bread is truly excellent!
If you are interested I wrote a couple blog entries on my website about this process. Not being pushy, but this book is certainly one way around the whole lack of time thing.
http://blog.grillinsmokin.net/blog_main ... inutes.php
http://blog.grillinsmokin.net/blog_main ... low_up.php