I think that you aren't talking about direct transactions from your bitcoin wallet because it's very unprofitable to do transactions daily via bitcoin wallet. If you want to send $30, you'll have to pay almost half of this (if not more).
So, I think that you are using bitcoin debit card, right? Then, without a doubt, it's amazing, especially if you own Binance card, they offer cashback on each payment (but at the same time this service comes with a lot of problems as I see).
Btw I agree with the OP, bitcoin isn't for day-to-day transactions and it was never meant for massive usage, that's why we implemented segwit but somehow businesses don't even try to offer segwit payments.
Actually, I am talking about direct transactions from my Bitcoin wallet. Where else can I get cheap transaction fees? Most online wallet services charge a flat (and expensive fee).
In general, I'm still able to spend the min fee (1 sat/byte) for almost all my transactions, since the people I send to don't mind the wait. Even at $40k BTC, that's still less than 10 cents. And as I pointed out, with Lightning soon people will be opening channels with each other, paying multiple times with virtually no charge.
Debit card? Fees are ridiculously high (or spreads ridiculously wide).